Out on the Limit

Mark Tansey: Interception (1996)

When you’re driving hard out on the limit and the true love of speed comes over you, you don’t want to slow up. You know you ought to maybe. But you’re locked onto something so big that you can’t let go. It’s always the same – the faster you go the less you care about being able to stop. Ever.

Sam Posey, racing driver
Life Magazine, May 23, 1969

Painting by Mark Tansey: Interception (1996)

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