I don’t think I could do it — I’ve got air conditioning in the ZR1.
Guy Fieri, Food Network personality • Complaining about the heat ahead of Sunday’s Indy 500, which is currently taking place. (Scott Dixon is leading at the halfway mark.) Fieri was the pace car driver this year; he doesn’t see how other drivers will survive the crazy temperatures. The Indy 500 is en route to be the hottest race on record; in 1913, the race was driven in 92 degree weather. A spokesman for this race said they expect the medical staff to treat around 1,000 fans before the race is over. “You can’t keep sunscreen on,” said Paula Jarrett, a race fan and enthusiast. With heat indexes nearing 100 degrees, let’s hope everyone stays hydrated and happy. source(via • follow)