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2014年8月17日星期日

No Memory


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  "Very gently. Like there are eggshells on your pedals," Danny always says, "and you don't want to break them. That's how you drive in the rain."

  When we watched videos together——which we've done ever since the very first day I met him——he explains these things to me. (To me!) Balance, anticipation, patience. These are all vital. Peripheral vision, seeing things you've ever seen before. Kinesthetic sensation, driving by the seat of the pants. But what I've always liked the best is when he talks about having no memory. No memory of things he'd done just a second before. Good or Bad. Because memory is time folding back itself. To remember is to disengage from the present. In order to reach any kind of success in automobile racing, a driver must never remember.

The Art of Racing in the Rain, P13
Garth Stein
ISBN 978-0-00-728119-0

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