I learned about this from Bucky Lasek. I follow his YouTube channel but Bucky hadn't mentioned it until I took a peek at his Twitter account. I was curious and decided to check out was the race was about. If you're into this type of stuff you might want to check out the One Lap of America website.
When I checked this morning, Bucky and Texas Dave his partner in crime in the car were in third place for their division but 20th overall in the standing out the 73 cars in the field. I have yet to find an interactive map to show where cars are as that would be fun but I imagine that would be hard to do. It looks like there are checkpoints and it would be cool to see live footage of cars coming through.
Update 5/1 1:21 EST: You can catch live feeds when they do time checks at certain points on Facebook: Tire Rack One Lap of America - Home | Facebook
Speaking of competitions, I turned into the live stream of the Legends League Game of Bike Cory Berglar vs. Morgan Wade press conference that Scotty Cranmer put on yesterday. Today's the big competition day. Check it out here: Game of Bike The press conference was pretty funny and the most amazing surprise happened - MAT HOFFMAN! He is a legend in the BMX community and to find out he'll be the referee is pretty exciting.
I like watching BMX, sometimes, depends on if it's a contest or something else. I tend to lean more to watching skateboarding. I've never watch a rally race but I like Bucky and he was one of fave skateboarders growing up. Happy to lend to support one way or another.
Today is one of my better days in dealing with my dysthymia although I wish the pounding headache would go away but that's due to weather and the rain we've been having. I'll be happy when we have sunshine and warmer weather here in Vermont.
I wish you all the best and go explore! If you like expeditions of our oceans then check out NOAA's Ocean Expedition feed. They have two live feeds right now as they are on an expedition mapping the ocean floor. They do underwater dives with an ROV from time to time but not sure if their current trek has it planned. I watched some live feeds a couple of years ago and it was pretty cool to see all the different type of fish and other sea animals they discover. I have to say there are some pretty ugly fish in our oceans but some really beautiful ones too. Scientists and the operators talk to help identify what you are seeing so that adds to it. It's really calming to watch. Seriously, if you need stress relief, this will do it.
I'm out of here! Go enjoy yourselves folks. Do something fun today.