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    pump the tire up he forgot what we really even borrowed the truck for! We went back to the race track and it turns out that they had a air pump at their barn that we did not know about. We sat and joked around and caught up with all the drama

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    The most fun I have had was taking race track driving lessons at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, CA from a professional driver. It was a great experience since I had the ability to check all the technical components of the track car and driver precautions before driving it on the track. He taught me the fundamentals of driving fast consisting of the following: oversteer, understeer, the racing line, shifting, passing, braking, smooth vs aggressive cornering. Additionally, I always kept an open

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    down, mocked, and what not, but I believe that’s how you become stronger.” (1) Alisha started racing at age 9 on go-karts and she was winning races at

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    go-karting. She shares, “I began riding on the road and then slowly practiced on race tracks. People used to make fun of me, but nothing stopped me and I guess it was my father’s confidence that pushed me through to achieve the impossible.” Indeed, it won't astonish to say that racing is in her genes, for her father RA Abdullah was a well-known bike racer and seven-time national champion. She began to win go karting races when she was eleven years old. In the year 2002, she won the MRF National Go-Karting

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    occurred at 2221 hours on Race Track Road, south of the intersection of Ecclesia Drive . I responded to the crash scene and upon arrival at approximately 2346 hours, I was assigned to forensically map the scene. Upon my arrival, approaching the scene from the southwest, on Race Track Road and southwest of Ecclesia Drive, I saw three tire marks on the roadway leading from near the white dashed center line, in a northeast direction to the outside curb of Race Track Road. Vehicle 1 struck and

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    guy. Racing and racecar drivers are entirely different from driving on the street in a countless number of ways. Throughout this paper a street driver will refer to someone who is not a racecar driver, and a racecar driver will refer to someone who races cars. The first noticeable

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    everyone has heard the quote, “you can’t understand someone until you walk a mile in their shoes” at least once in their life. It means that a person should not judge another person before considering their perspective on something. For the novel Tracks by Louise Erdrich, that quote is an important theme for its main characters. The novel gives a glimpse into the lives of Native Americans in 20th century America through the narrative of two characters: Nanapush and Pauline Puyat. The stories of the

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    Louise Erdrich's Tracks      In Louise Erdrich’s “Tracks';, the readers discovers by the second chapter that there are two narrators, Nanapush and Pauline Puyat. This method of having two narrators telling their stories alternately could be at first confusing, especially if the readers hasn’t been briefed about it or hasn’t read a synopsis of it. Traditionally, there is one narrator in the story, but Erdrich does an effective and spectacular job in combining Nanapush and Pauline’s stories. It

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    Family, peer influence, nature versus nurture, religion, and formal schooling all have an impact on making individuals unique. With so many factors shaping one’s identity, it is difficult to determine which play the most pivotal role in one coming into their own. Most interestingly, identity is a controlling factor in motivating one’s behavior and actions. A common thread in shaping identity across all cultures is the role of spiritual tradition. Through the characters in The Last Report on Miracles

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    An “unestablished” piece of art that stuck out to me was railroad tracks. This work of art speaks to me because it reminds me of the many people who were slaves that tried to escape to freedom many years ago. Their journey was filled with endless runinng trying to escape their old lives filled with danger, and abuse. These individuals were in search of an uknown world that awaited them. Moreover, it is reminiscent of leaving one’s old life behind in search of something new, the unkown. The artistic

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