I am home now, sad that it is over, full of joy for all of the experiences and adventure we had, still filled with adrenaline, and glad that everyone arrived safely. Blessings for all the drivers, navigators, crews and spectators who are still en route to their homes.
The final RESULTS were just posted and we placed 48th overall and 7th in our class (out of 86 vintage cars racing).
A big CONGRATULATIONS to everyone who participated, especially the service crews, the race organizers and staff, the medics, the timers, the police, the local people in the villages, the children, the fans, especially my DAD who brought me here for the second year in a row, my dear family and friends, and everyone who helped this year - it was a monstrous success!
I will be updating the blog with pictures and many more stories in the next two weeks so stay tuned. You can browse all pictures posted from the 2007 race blog (and a few from 2006) right HERE.
As the Mexican highway signs say,
"Maneje con precaucion. Tu familia te espera."
(Drive with precaution. Your family awaits you.)
Happy Dia de los Muertos!