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Color Yourself a Winner! w/Personality Test

Posted: Thu May 01, 2003 11:59 pm
by speedtalk
Nice article by Tami Eggleston:


Posted: Thu May 15, 2003 10:19 am
by Tami Eggleston
Taking some time to think about your personality can help you figure out your strengths and weaknesses in the racing world and in life in general.
Many of us can easily identify the strengths and weaknesses in others, but it is much more difficult trying to analyze ourself. :?

This article uses color preferences to get you started on your self-analysis.
It also might give you a little insight into your friends, family, and competition.

Re: Color Yourself a Winner! w/Personality Test

Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 8:39 pm
by dwilliams
Between 10 and 15% of all males can't reliably distinguish between "red" and "green". It's a [Blank Post]-linked genetic trait. Driving in east Texas is an adventure since most towns there seem to hang their traffic lights sideways; judging from traffic flow, "red" is usually, but not always, on the left.

Rainbows are blue and yellow. Most of the rest of the world is "mud."

The SCCA will let paraplegic drivers on the racetrack with hand controls, but they'll pull your comp license if they find out you're color blind.