In what will surely bring comfort to our neighbors in the Great White North, The Canadian Press says Marty Roth has finally figured out what’s wrong with his driving; he requires more engineers.
At last weekend's Milwaukee Mile, he hit the wall in the first practice session, damaging the underside of the wing and highlighting a host of other set-up problems that made it more prudent to park the Dallara chassis than race it.If your humble host were to be a total horse’s backside there might be a few words here saying the “shock problems” are better identified as the shock Roth Racing feels every time Moto Marty gets up close and personal with the SAFER barrier. But I would never say anything like that. No, not me.
"If in preparation anyone has made a mistake, you won't be a player that weekend - and we're making too many mistakes right now," he said.
Shock problems have been identified as the main culprit and they've hired three more engineers this week, including a shock specialist, to rectify things.
It would be too shocking. *rimshot*
As an aside, someone was kind enough to drop me a note last week that simply read “Marty is single-handedly responsible for the Dallara shortage.” Har har.