N2C were on hand to confront the senior students of Scotch College in Adelaide about the dangers of bad decisions surrounding alcohol, driving and violence.
This was our second visit to Scotch College where we spoke to the next generation of year 12 students.
As always we left the students with allot to think about and the knowledge that there are consequences to the decisions that we make.
The best part was the message at the end and how it really touched me and made me think hard about my goals and my future decisions.
A really touching experience with a strong message, remember your goals and think before you make decisions.
Our visit to Scotch is in conjunction with the first round of the Australian Carrera Cup Championship at the Clipsal 500 where at the time of writing Warren Luff had set the fastest time on the first day of official practice.
We believe racing is the perfect way to demonstrate good decision making. Your results are directly related to the decisions you make as well as the decisions of those around you. Give up and you achieve nothing, stay focused and work hard and you will achieve results.
Warren Luff is determined to better his third in the 2013 championship on the streets of Adelaide.
For race times and the TV Schedule please visit McElrea Racing on the Streets of Adelaide