McDermand: Working Man’s Racer

Sigmund Freud reportedly believed that “love and work were the cornerstones of humanness.” While it is a hypothesis impossible to test, most would agree these two activities are essential in the quest for meaning in life. “I think I won 40 or so times over that span,” Chase McDermand said. “They are a working family just like we are,” Mounce said. “If I had a kid in racing, I would put them in a quarter midget, then in a D2 or Badger car and then in a midget. “You have all of your fans and family telling you that you can do it,” McDermand said. They don’t reward good racing, they reward fast race cars. “I think if I want to make a living driving race cars it would have to be in winged racing,” McDermand said.

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