Question from granracing: When I drive my own racecar, I do so knowing that in any given race it’s possible that it may end up in a wall. I’m okay with pushing it to the maximum and beyond. It’s also this comfort level that enables me to be successful. However, when I drive someone else’s racecar that there’s absolutely no way I could afford to repair or replace if it gets totaled, I have a harder time driving the car to it’s limit. (Well, unless it’s Stephanie’s and it begins to rain, but that’s a different story.) I may have an opportunity to drive an extremely well prepared car that will be built. I know how much money and extensive number of hours it will take for the person to build the racecar. From what I’ve read about some of your recent history, there has been more than one occasion where you’ve rented a ride where the consequences of totaling it could really hurt more than just physically. The advice I have been given is merely to “just don’t think about it” but it hasn’t been that simple especially as this can impact friendships. I’m wondering what advice you might have? Thanks!
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