Friday, April 28, 2006

Motor Sports Radio Blog

One thing we do have an opinion on is the National Anthem--which, at a lot of racing venues, is sung horribly. The alleged Hispanic version likely falls in that category. Mr. Key did not write the poem on which it is based in Spanish; therefore, in deference to the artist, and a lot of brave men and women who died to protect its performance, let us keep the National Anthem sung in our vernacular--American English. A tip to those who'd sing it at auto races: Listen to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's version, and emulate it.
This is the first entry in the Motor Sports Radio Blog--a place where our listeners, other fans and enthusiasts can have their say on all things auto racing, and about new cars and light trucks. We have more opinions than time on our radio programs. Be assured they will be strong, and based on 29 years of covering all forms of major league auto racing--and roadtesting 650+ vehicles for our Radio-Road-Test program. If you are not familiar with them, they are available from local radio stations and as "podcasts" from our website.
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