Saturday, May 05, 2007

Watching from a far

My newspaper has me helping with coverage of the PGA Tour event in Charlotte this week, so I am not at Richmond for the Jim Stewart 400.
It's always interesting to cover another sport that's out of your regular element. For one thing, you get asked a lot why you're not where people are convinced you're supposed to be. But I will be back at the track next weekend at Darlington.
Just wanted you guys to know I haven't fallen off the face of the earth or anything.

5 comments:

Monkeesfan said...

David, no need to apologize for being assigned to help with golf coverage in Charlotte. If anything, multitasking can be fun.

Anonymous said...

Golf? At least you got to nap all weekend.
Did you wear a nice pink shirt?

Anonymous said...

Perhaps the Observer should add Dale Jarrett and Michael to its staff of sportswriters. Jarrett can certainly drive himself to the golf course on weekends now that he has used up his crutch and will not be qualifying for races anymore. As for Michael Waltrip, he'll have to hitch a ride with Jarrett because he can't even drive on the streets. This will free you up from covering non-racing events and save Toyota a lot of wasted money.

Anonymous said...

Geez, a pink shirt? Obviously you are a cad, as Binky and I have moved to plaid this year. Bully to you, Davey. Another white wine spritzer?

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