RITZ TV- Episode 1- Interview with racer Stephanie Funk

In this first episode of Riding In The Zone, I talk to Stephanie Funk, a professional race driver whose love of motor sports has begun to bleed over into the world of motorcycling. Stephanie talks about her love of riding, how she got into the sport, women and motorcycling, how to get a closer look at the world of motorcycling through track days, and much more.

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Episode One: An interview with Auto racer and motorcycle track day rider, Stephanie Funk.

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One Reply to “RITZ TV- Episode 1- Interview with racer Stephanie Funk”

  1. A great interview. A thoughtful, well-spoken person. She said, “Y’know? I’m happiest when I’m in a helmet.” That is a statement I will likely steal. I was diagnosed with ADD when in my early thirties. I didn’t begin my journey of motorcycle riding and “Ridecraft” as Neil Peart calls it, until I was almost forty-two. Focus becomes not only easier, but essential. I understand Stephanie’s thoughts on track days. I didn’t think it would be such a mindfulness-cultivating kind of experience. Thanks for having produced this interview, Ken. You did a great job!

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