James Franco ponders his command for Danica 500 Print
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Sunday, 24 February 2013 07:55
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 What will James Franco say at the start of the Daytona 500?
The Oscar-nominated actor is giving drivers the command to fire their machines, a duty that is normally carried out with the most famous words in racing: ``Gentlemen, start your engines.''
Of course, this year is different. Danica Patrick will be the first woman to start from the pole in a Cup race, so Franco sounds like he's planning an audible.
We'll see if he goes with the command that was used when Patrick raced in the Indianapolis 500, ``Lady and gentlemen, start your engines.''
Of course, you never know what Franco has up his sleeve.
- Paul Newberry - http://www.twitter.com/pewberry1963
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