you like to concentrate on NHRA, though?
Millican: Honestly, I wish
they would fix the schedules so we could run both, and that’s
as honest an answer as I can give you. That would be what,
34, 35 races? I mean, if the Cup boys can do it, why can’t
I love IHRA. And I love going and racing NHRA. I love staging
the car against the likes of Dixon and Bernstein; I wish
they had all been here this weekend. I really wish they had
104+ still going to be involved as your primary NHRA sponsor?
Millican: Absolutely. Obviously,
we’ve run the Werner car over there [NHRA], like at
Englishtown, but 104+ is still a huge part of our program.
They pick out the races they want to do and so far, when
we do run those races for 104+, Werner has still helped us
out financially without even questioning it.
you sum up your career right now?
Millican: I’ll tell
you what, the last few months with everything that we’ve
had going on, from my best friend Peter Lehman selling to “Captain
Chaos” Kenny Koretsky, I’ve been pretty dadgum
busy. And then to add to our schedule the way we have, I
am having the most wonderful time that I’ve ever had
in my entire life.
Fun wise this has been really good. You can’t always
count on everything being just wonderful and good, but right
now our car’s running really good, family life is great,
and I’m still jacked up from winning $106,000! Everything’s
just good with me right now.