Racing to the future, a NH 11-year-old finds grown-up drive, risks
As Christine told me, if Lance continues taking racing seriously, the family will work with private tutors if needed to ensure he receives the education he needs, regardless of how this intended career path turns out: “We’ll make it work,” she says. That could potentially include moving from their home in New Hampshire to an area more centralized for racing.
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