As a 90’s kid most of us would have grown up spending our mornings watching Cheez TV before we left for school. From Tuesdays to Fridays I was no different; my mornings were dedicated to the Ninja Turtles, Pokemon, Dragon Ball Z and the list goes on. But come Monday mornings I’d probably be out of the loop with my classmates as they speak about how Goku just dropped a spirit bomb on Frieza. I’d be a little bit confused as from an age of 5 I grew up watching the Indycar series on Monday mornings. Usually I’d never get the chance to watch the races live since the series is predominantly based in the USA and I would have been tucked into bed by my mother well before these races had begun. So instead my older brother had each race taped on video (Yes we still used VCR’s back then) ready for me to watch them the next morning. I stumbled across our collection of tapes today and we just about have every race from the early 90’s to about 2006. Watching these races was my childhood and has had huge effect on my interest in motor racing and cars. You could say without these tapes I would not be the person I am today.