Peter Brock
Peter Brock
10/20/20 8:29 a.m.

For hardcore car guys, there is little in life as satisfying as a well-built racing car. The thought, experience, skill and innovation that goes into producing a winner is usually an amalgam of talents, each with their own specialty, but aligned completely in purpose.

Racing is one of the last few modern games that can be played on a personal level with the results of combined effort so immediately apparent. Build, race, win, enjoy. It’s never easy and the path is often fraught with frustration, despair and loss, but the rewards of success at any level are addictive.

Satisfaction lies in the knowledge that what has been built is better than similar projects created by others who have tried just as hard. Getting that checker is a tangible, very personal success that can be savored at the instant of victory, but that seductive momentary sensation only encourages even greater efforts to improve–and continued success becomes a way of life. 

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