Doggone, that's too bad.They looked like crap. I am bringing out the big camera today. See you guys in a bit. Randy you will be missed, hope things are going alright.
Hey thanks Gordy for letting me drive! :highfive: It was a blast as always to drive a V as it was intended.Can't say enough about my Cadillac experience at the Detroit GP. My Dad worked 33yrs. for Cadillac (Hamtramck Poll-town Plant) now retired was overwhelmed with the level of hospitality that was provided to us. Looking forward to tomorrow & if you are in Detroit get you're a#% down here & enjoy a world class event put on buy a world class crew. Cheers! & yes can't wait to drive another 36hrs from Texas/back next year.
I don't know, you're pretty far back in that pic while I was drafting BigRon in front of me pretty close :bouncy:I got to drive a parade lap in company car! The Marketing Manager for V comes up to me in the suite and says "Paul would you and Molly like to do a parade lap?" YES I said immediately. Didn't know if I was driving or riding or what. Didn't matter. So they give me the fob to a BD sedan with 600 miles on it, a Cadillac guy and his wife hopped in the back and we hit it. Gizmo in front of me says he hit 100 but I only got to 85 or so. I need practice in an automatic I guess. Wait. No I don't.
Hey thanks Gordy for letting me drive! :highfive: It was a blast as always to drive a V as it
Me: Gizmo what's that smell?
Gizmo: I think it's brakes :histeric:
Me: No S#%* !!!
I'll shoot you the video of that ride. I think you should see it before I post it up,don't want those Cadillac V executives looking for you