No matter what series he races in, let me be perfectly clear that I for one will wish Sam Hornish Jr the best. My obvious preference would be that he drives an IndyCar, but he’s gotta do what’s best for him – even if that means taking over a year to make up his mind. Hey, it’s his choice.
Perhaps the results of this weekend will factor into his ultimate decision. This just in: Sam’s attempt to qualifiy for his first “N-word” (thanks, pressdog) Cup event in New Hampshire have ended in disappointment. His 46th fastest time today leaves him off the grid for Sunday.
Maybe he could walk around and sign autographs all day. Maybe he could sit in the trailer and watch the NFL. Maybe he could just hang out with Michael Waltrip, who also failed to qualify for the umpteenth time this season. Whatever he wants to do with his Sunday – so long as it isn’t race – it’s his choice.
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