Back to Square One: My Florida Speedweeks Venture

Some things remain the same and other things change. Best way to describe my 18 days in Florida with 13 of those were racing related. It’s Florida, man! A phrase that’s etched to me head, but it’s true. More so, the constant weather variations define the phrase. This isn’t a blog about how Florida weather …

List of Promises: Life after Graduating from Idaho – One Year Later

A year removed from both the greatest and worst moment that’s ever happened in my life, I seek to bounce back from a year of misery and lost concentration with 14 goals I want to accomplish by next December 10th. Saturday, December 10, 2016. A snowy and celebrated day in Moscow, Idaho not only marked …

Ambitious as an Independent: The Legacy of Alan Kulwicki

In an era of corporate conglomerates, Jeremy Clements victory was a throwback to the days when Alan Kulwicki defined the odds during his short NASCAR career. Cash rules the world of auto racing. It always has been and now more than ever, if a driver doesn’t have the money, there’s no ride for them. If …

Eight Months Gone: Continuing My Hunger to Succeed

Post-Graduation life varies for different people, some reach the summit right away but there’s some who struggle and I’m no exception. Friday, December 16, 2016. I made my farewell speech during the last 15 minutes of my 24-hour show at KUOI-FM Moscow 89.3, expressing my love for the station and my unfadeable passion to play …

Journeyman Journalism: Tale of a Struggling Independent Writer

Ongoing battles of rising to the top the hard way shouldn’t be frowned upon as I struggled continuing my dreams of being a motorsports media personnel. Let’s face facts, the way of working your way up the hard way (without any backing from a media personnel) is at its last leg. The essence of knowing …