It's not enough that I have my fantasy baseball auction on Sunday, or that it's also the finale of The Walking Dead, or that it's time to get my vegetable garden going, but there's also more than 7 hours of quality racing to be watched!
This weekend is the trifecta. World Superbike in the medieval Spanish city of Aragon, F1 heads to Bahrain, and MotoGP heads to Argentina. That's 4 races in all if you're keeping count, as WSBK races twice. All competition has been good so far, with no forgone conclusions to be drawn. However, this week it's MotoGP for me that holds the most anticipation. Argentina was the location of the first of many clashes between Valentino Rossi and Marc Marquez in 2015. Marquez lost that battle, by crashing out after making contact with Rossi. The rivalry has only gained steam and vitriol since then.
I'll post some updates later in the week as the races approach. For now, I need to catch up on TWD, watch the frost reports, and hopefully grab at least one of the Mets starting pitchers.
Hard to find time to ride myself, notice I haven't mentioned that. Riding to the auction may be as good as it gets for now.