FEEDBACK FRIDAY – NITRO TUNER LARSEN CLAIMS VICTORY OVER ADDICTIONS
FEEDBACK ARTICLE: NITRO TUNER LARSEN CLAIMS VICTORY OVER ADDICTIONS
Thoroughly enjoyed reading the story. I appreciate this man's courage and strength and will share his story. Thanks! - Yvan Bertrand
Awesome testimony, pretty much like mine.The Lord Jesus cleaned me up, 39 years ago this July 7th. My how time flies. Thank you Lance for sharing, see you somewhere on the east coast. - Hector Cruz
I have been and still am involved in Drag Racing since 1965 starting with Joe Pierce and his Funny Car out of Scottsdale Arizona, Over the years I have known Lance Larsen and for the past 13 years I have had the privilege to count Susan and Jim Epler as close friends!! I never knew the story of Lance and Jim and Susan's assistance to him. My point is both Susan and Jim Epler are great people and have big hearts for people. Three years ago prior to my open heart surgery Susan would come get me and take me to the hospital when my blood pressure reached 200 Plus over 150 plus. My hat's off to Lance and his good friends and mine Jim & Susan Epler - Richard Luther
I just wanted to give credit not only to Lance, but to CompetitionPlus.com for constructing such a inspiring article. Being not only a drag racing fan, but a racer myself, I am dealing with a similar situation with my younger brother. I have been into drag racing for 15 years and I'm only 20 years old. I have worked on everything form jet cars to nitro cars and I have tried and tried to find a way to help my brother. He is currently in a residential rehab facility and reading this proves there is always light at the end of the tunnel. I am printing this article out to share with him to hopefully show him even though he has struggled for some time now, he can still be very successful in life. Thank you very much!- Chris Foster
This was a well-written article, I hope it opens up the door for others to make the change. Life on the road is very difficult for everyone, including families left at home, and the loneliness. There are very highs and very lows in our sport for everyone, especially the crew and not much help is offered. Thanks for writing this - Carroll Brissette
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