“How lucky I am, to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.”
– A. A. Milne
We are so lucky to have this amazing sport, and these amazing drivers to cheer on, and root against, and champion and befriend.
But some days, it doesn’t feel that lucky does it?
October, especially after this year, will be forever plagued by sadness and remembrance of young lives lost too soon.
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But it will also prompt us moving forward to look back on the happy times and memories, which will eventually outweigh the devastating feelings of loss.
Motorsports writer Andy Hallbery has done just that this year, as we mark the 12th anniversary of the death of Canadian open wheel phenom Greg Moore, looking back on some of the personal, funny and mostly mischievous memories still held so dear by those closest to him at the time, and still missing him to this day.
Greg Moore, part 1. Mark Webber remembers
Greg Moore part two: A day in the life – five go mad in Florida
Max Papis: “Superheroes always wear red gloves”
Remembering Greg Moore: Champ Car’s Brat Pack having the time of their lives
Greg Moore, Part 5: From the Heart
Thanks to all that contributed their stories and memories and especially to Andy at http://www.motorsportretro.com for writing them up and sharing them with all of us
Here’s a link to my post on the 10th anniversary, with additional video and story links