Q: What are your off-season plans?Yes, sad but true but in this vast land of millions of eligible ladies poor Kosuke was unable to find a suitable companion. Kosuke is now long gone, but it appears the problem continues as YET ANOTHER lonely Japanese driver is wandering the IndyCar series. Tony Kanaan shares the sad details with us.
A: "This season ends kind of early - in September. I don't have anything to do. I'll go back to Japan. I don't spend any time in the U.S. in the off-season. I train and spend time with my friends and try to find a girlfriend.”
Alrighty, American women - how does this happen? I've seen scads of you throwing yourselves at the most fugly of American race car drivers (read: Kyle Busch) but you mean tell me there aren't ANY of you who would bother to seek the companionship of a fine young Japanese lad? What IS the deal with your disaffection of the Japanese?
Is is their obsessive fascination with golf and video games? Is it the hairless chests? Is it the creepy female companion robots the Japanese keep producing? What's the matter here?
You need to look in your collective mirrors, American women, and you need to face the facts. Hideki Mutoh is a fun guy, he doesn't cause problems, and as I can personally attest to his brief dialogue with P2 last year he's good with kids. Oh, and he's a FREAKING RACE CAR DRIVER.
I'm going to join Tony in pleading with you all to help Hideki find someone with whom he can share a little sushi. American women, please, before Honda becomes personally offended at our national insult, we need one of you to step up and spare our country from this avoidable shame. Do it. Date Hideki. If you act fast enough you might even get to hang with Danica.