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In an effort to offer WKA members exclusive benefits such as a chance to be part of the motor sports industry if they so desire, Mazda allies with World Karting Association (WKA).

Mazda’s support to the WKA will be comprised of traditional sponsorship funding for prize money, operating costs, and exclusive benefits such as the business-partner pricing on new Mazda cars for the members of WKA.

In a statement, WKA President Randy Kugler said that WKA welcomes Mazda as their newest promotional partner. He further said that it is only natural that they become part of the WKA team because Mazda has imperatives to motor sports; and what is so good in this partnership is that the WKA members will benefit from the offers of Mazda. Each WKA member will have the chance to participate in the S-Plan. This plan offers sufficient savings in the form of discounts on the purchase of Mazda auto mobiles. The WKA president anticipates to a brilliant and exciting partnership with Mazda.

For the past 10 years, Mazda has been the favorite brand of road racers across North America. More than 9,000 proletarian racers compete in various classes with the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) and the National Auto Sport Association (NASA). And because of the partnership of Mazda and KWA, the children of the KWA members, though they are still several years away from getting their driver’s license, are already welcomed in the motor sports industry through the Mazda family.

The Mazda Manager of Motor Sports Team Development by the name of John Doonan said that their company is built to develop the future generation of racers with a comprehensive motor sports ladder system which provides drivers with Mazda and Mazda-powered open and closed-wheel cars throughout their careers as racers. He further said that with such karting initiative, they can now link with an even larger crowd and younger race enthusiasts. Through this, their company can also widely introduce the full range of Mazda products and give their clients the opportunity to make one step forward to the motor sports world.

Through an estimated number of 900 dealers, Mazda North American Operations inspects the sales, marketing, parts and customer service support of Mazda vehicles in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Its headquarters is located in Irvine, Calif.

About Mazda Motor Corporation A Japanese auto mobile manufacturer, Mazda Motor Corporation is based in Hiroshima, Japan. With sales divided among Japan, Europe and North America, the company is expected to manufacture 1.25 million vehicles per annum. Thirty three point four (33.4) percent of the company is owned according to controlling interest by Ford Motor Company.

The company’s name is derived from the transcendental God of Zoroastrianism, Ahura Mazda. It is also believed that Mazda coincides with the anglicized pronunciation of Zoroastrianism founder’s name, Jujiro Matsuda, and opted to rename it in honor of both his family and the believers of Zoroastrianism. In the Avestan language, Mazda means “wisdom”. Nonetheless, because the company is from Japan, the name has always been pronounced and spelled as “Matsuda”. This leads the public to believe that “Mazda” is just an anglicized version of the founder.

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About World Karting Association (WKA) Organized in 1971, the World Karting Association (WKA) has the aim to regulate and promote the sport of competitive kart racing. It is owned by its members, and is a non-profit organization. They set standards by establishing rules and procedures that would confirm tracks and conduct yearly championships for various types of kart racing. All over the United States, the WKA has more than 10,000 active members and 120 approved tracks. This is what makes it the largest sanctioning body for kart racing in the entire country and belong to largest sanctioning body in the world.

Not considering the age, experience or budget of any aspiring driver, the WKA offers karting class for anyone. The WKA believes that there is no other better way to introduce oneself into the field of motor sports than to join their organization. They offer an excellent, safe, economical and fun entry level for racing.

About the Author

Kraig Johanssen is a native of Connecticut and holds a degree in Software Engineering. He now works at a software development firm in Alabama. His love for writing and great interest on cars makes him a proficient contributing author to various automotive magazines.

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Do you have any upcoming plan for spending your holidays in Spain? So you must have chocked out a plan for where to visit or not. When you go there you are very keen to visit some of the several fiestas, which form the center of attraction. Some of the out of the blue places are described in this article.

1. Sanfermines A visitor going to Spain is all familiar with the World famous event, which in English is known as “Running of the Bulls”. On July 7th of every year in Pamplona, takes place the Festival of San Fermin for a week. Spanish men like to elude the bulls wearing customary white shirt and red sash. In Tudela (July 24th – 28th), Estella (first Saturday in August), Tafalla (August 20th – 25th), and Sanguesa (September 11th – 17th) same event takes place but in smaller dimension.

2. Feria de Abril One must not ignore the Flamenco dancing taking place at Seville every April. In the new form of the festival it is flamenco paradise, complete with sherry wine tasting and Tapas all through the evenings, which originally was a cattle market. During this lively event most of the Running of the Bulls takes place.

3. Semana Santa The priest made the zeal of Christ more comprehensive to the common mass in the Easter weekend in the 16th century. Parishioners chanting and cheering for their respective church, a long, complex procession of people playing out the characters in the story, and thousands of spectators would be seen by the visitors during this time.

4. Las Fallas de San José Visitors will see 10 days of cardboard constructions being burnt to the ground on the last day of the festival fireworks, more of bullfights, and a lot of flamenco dancing and attires during the Valencia celebration of springtime.

5. Ceremonia del Tributo de las tres Vacas “Three Cow Tribute Ceremony” is the English translation of the festival. Every year the town’s dignitaries dress up in medieval gowns on July 13th and can be seen by the visitors; this ceremony dates back to 1375. People of Piedra San Martin are given three cows showing tribute to French inhabitants of the Baretous valley.

6. Travel Spain: Day of Inmaculada From singing traditional song fraternities from all over Spain, to the statue of the Virgin Inmaculada in Seville, which is a late night festivity. Danza de los Seises always happens in the cathedral, it is a dance comprised completely of children who are also dressed in medieval gear next morning on December 7th.

About the Author

Clinton Maxwell published predominantly for http://www.alicante-spain.com , a web page with information about living . His comments on Living in Spain are found on his website .

The addictive cycle begins with just not feeling right. Your needs aren’t being met, you may feel abused or neglected, either in the past or the present. You’ve tried to fix things in different ways, but nothing seems to work. You’re just not getting what you want. You may not tell anyone, but you feel a lot of anxiety and pain, almost all of the time. The anger just builds and builds. You may have some physical pain from this, or the feeling that you’re going to explode.

And then you do explode.

Usually when you explode, someone gets hurt. Some of your stress is relieved, and you might possibly even have felt good for a few moments while you were releasing, but it doesn’t last. The person or people you hurt may be the ones you love the most in the world–either way you don’t like the results of your explosion. You swore you wouldn’t do it again, but you just can’t seem to stop. You feel guilty, and you may or may not be able to apologize. When you do apologize nobody really believes you anymore. You might even think you were justified in your explosion, blaming someone else for how you felt.

Your needs still are not met. The problem is worse. But you got the temporary relief from anger/rage release, so if something doesn’t happen to break the cycle you will probably do it all again. This is addiction. You don’t have to live like this.

CYCLE BREAKERS

Fortunately, there are many different ways to break the cycle of anger/rage addiction.

1. Learn to meet your unmet needs. There is a sad, frightened child in every anger/rage addict, whether they know it or not. Once you begin to meet some of your own emotional needs, you will be more easily satisfied with what others can give you, taking a lot of stress out of relationships.

2. Identify the old behavior patterns and faulty thought processes that you have been using that maintain your addiction and destructive behavior. You may need Anger Management Counseling or an Anger Management Program to help you with that.

3. Giving yourself some relief from physiological distress can also help to break anger/rage addiction cycles. Exercise, a healthy diet, relaxation or meditation can be very helpful in this area. Getting plenty of rest is also essential to alleviating physiological distress.

4. Finding healthy ways to release your anger and rage can be extremely helpful for breaking the addictive cycle. You can read Dr. DeFoore’s book or listen to his Anger Management Techniques to learn more about healthy anger and rage release.

5. Experiencing physical release and relief with healthy anger work can be a major breakthrough for some people suffering from anger/rage addiction. Feeling powerful, being loud and using physical aggression in safe, non-destructive ways lets you know that it’s okay to be strong and take charge of your situation. And no one has to get hurt in the process.

WHEN RAGE BECOMES ADDICTIVE

The powerful rush of adrenaline that often accompanies anger feels good. It actually gives a person greater physical strength temporarily while the adrenaline is being released. After the release of anger, there is often a sense of euphoria and general well-being. If there has been a significant physical exertion during the expression of anger, there may also be endorphins released into the bloodstream, creating an even greater feeling of pleasure. All of this adds up to one point: you can get addicted to explosive releases of anger and rage.

It feels bad to store up feelings. Sometimes you get tense, irritable and uneasy. You may even develop physical pain from the tension, and possibly develop stress-related illnesses. The relief from tension experienced during aggressive behavior actually creates good feelings on a physical level, although you may be in great pain emotionally. That’s the nature of addiction. When pleasant feelings become associated with unhealthy and destructive behavior, you get addicted to that behavior.

The addictive cycle helps to illustrate how the pattern of suppression and explosion develops. The cycle begins when your needs for love, nurturance, support and security go unmet in childhood. This includes experiences of neglect, abandonment, rejection and the many types of direct abuse. Part of being born as a vulnerable child in an imperfect world means having experiences that are painful and frightening. One of the ways we protect ourselves from more pain is through the use of anger.

If your parents were not educated about the healthy value of anger, they may have punished or rejected you when you displayed this emotion. Unfortunately, you continued to be hurt in various ways, and many of your needs continued to go unmet. This causes a buildup of anger and frustration, leading to a breaking point in a situation you feel is “safe” to release your anger. The problem is that you tend to feel the safest (and the most angry) in your home with those you love. This is also where you tend to find the “last straw” that sends you “over the edge.”

That’s when the explosion occurs, followed by the rush of power and energy. At this point in the cycle, you may be verbally, emotionally or physically abusive. This usually leads to an apology or an attempt to “make it up to” the person or persons you have hurt. Some people don’t do this part; they just retreat into tremendous shame and guilt and don’t say a word about what has happened. Some powerful denial and blocking can occur at this point if the person is incapable of processing what has actually happened.

When apology or compensation does occur, the victim(s) may or may not forgive the abuser. It really does not matter. If the shame goes unhealed, the forgiveness will not be accepted. What matters is whether or not the person in the addictive cycle takes responsibility in the present, and takes care of unfinished business from the past. If they do, they’ve broken the cycle. If not, they will repeat the cycle and there will be more pain and suffering for all concerned. Fortunately, there are many effective ways to break the addiction cycle, and therefore no one has to be a victim to their addiction.

WHAT YOU HAVE TO LOOK FORWARD TO

When you have effectively broken the anger and rage addiction cycle, your anger becomes healthy. Healthy anger is one of the most powerful resources you can have, and you can use it in positive ways to create the life of your dreams.

About the Author

William G. DeFoore is a counselor, executive coach, author and speaker. He has 34 years of experience in helping people achieve healthy, happy relationships. Get free information, watch videos and purchase books, CDs and downloads at www.Goodfinding.com . Contact Dr. DeFoore at ippd4@aol.com.

The addictive cycle begins with just not feeling right. Your needs aren’t being met, you may feel abused or neglected, either in the past or the present. You’ve tried to fix things in different ways, but nothing seems to work. You’re just not getting what you want. You may not tell anyone, but you feel a lot of anxiety and pain, almost all of the time. The anger just builds and builds. You may have some physical pain from this, or the feeling that you’re going to explode.

And then you do explode.

Usually when you explode, someone gets hurt. Some of your stress is relieved, and you might possibly even have felt good for a few moments while you were releasing, but it doesn’t last. The person or people you hurt may be the ones you love the most in the world–either way you don’t like the results of your explosion. You swore you wouldn’t do it again, but you just can’t seem to stop. You feel guilty, and you may or may not be able to apologize. When you do apologize nobody really believes you anymore. You might even think you were justified in your explosion, blaming someone else for how you felt.

Your needs still are not met. The problem is worse. But you got the temporary relief from anger/rage release, so if something doesn’t happen to break the cycle you will probably do it all again. This is addiction. You don’t have to live like this.

CYCLE BREAKERS

Fortunately, there are many different ways to break the cycle of anger/rage addiction.

1. Learn to meet your unmet needs. There is a sad, frightened child in every anger/rage addict, whether they know it or not. Once you begin to meet some of your own emotional needs, you will be more easily satisfied with what others can give you, taking a lot of stress out of relationships.

2. Identify the old behavior patterns and faulty thought processes that you have been using that maintain your addiction and destructive behavior. You may need Anger Management Counseling or an Anger Management Program to help you with that.

3. Giving yourself some relief from physiological distress can also help to break anger/rage addiction cycles. Exercise, a healthy diet, relaxation or meditation can be very helpful in this area. Getting plenty of rest is also essential to alleviating physiological distress.

4. Finding healthy ways to release your anger and rage can be extremely helpful for breaking the addictive cycle. You can read Dr. DeFoore’s book or listen to his Anger Management Techniques to learn more about healthy anger and rage release.

5. Experiencing physical release and relief with healthy anger work can be a major breakthrough for some people suffering from anger/rage addiction. Feeling powerful, being loud and using physical aggression in safe, non-destructive ways lets you know that it’s okay to be strong and take charge of your situation. And no one has to get hurt in the process.

WHEN RAGE BECOMES ADDICTIVE

The powerful rush of adrenaline that often accompanies anger feels good. It actually gives a person greater physical strength temporarily while the adrenaline is being released. After the release of anger, there is often a sense of euphoria and general well-being. If there has been a significant physical exertion during the expression of anger, there may also be endorphins released into the bloodstream, creating an even greater feeling of pleasure. All of this adds up to one point: you can get addicted to explosive releases of anger and rage.

It feels bad to store up feelings. Sometimes you get tense, irritable and uneasy. You may even develop physical pain from the tension, and possibly develop stress-related illnesses. The relief from tension experienced during aggressive behavior actually creates good feelings on a physical level, although you may be in great pain emotionally. That’s the nature of addiction. When pleasant feelings become associated with unhealthy and destructive behavior, you get addicted to that behavior.

The addictive cycle helps to illustrate how the pattern of suppression and explosion develops. The cycle begins when your needs for love, nurturance, support and security go unmet in childhood. This includes experiences of neglect, abandonment, rejection and the many types of direct abuse. Part of being born as a vulnerable child in an imperfect world means having experiences that are painful and frightening. One of the ways we protect ourselves from more pain is through the use of anger.

If your parents were not educated about the healthy value of anger, they may have punished or rejected you when you displayed this emotion. Unfortunately, you continued to be hurt in various ways, and many of your needs continued to go unmet. This causes a buildup of anger and frustration, leading to a breaking point in a situation you feel is “safe” to release your anger. The problem is that you tend to feel the safest (and the most angry) in your home with those you love. This is also where you tend to find the “last straw” that sends you “over the edge.”

That’s when the explosion occurs, followed by the rush of power and energy. At this point in the cycle, you may be verbally, emotionally or physically abusive. This usually leads to an apology or an attempt to “make it up to” the person or persons you have hurt. Some people don’t do this part; they just retreat into tremendous shame and guilt and don’t say a word about what has happened. Some powerful denial and blocking can occur at this point if the person is incapable of processing what has actually happened.

When apology or compensation does occur, the victim(s) may or may not forgive the abuser. It really does not matter. If the shame goes unhealed, the forgiveness will not be accepted. What matters is whether or not the person in the addictive cycle takes responsibility in the present, and takes care of unfinished business from the past. If they do, they’ve broken the cycle. If not, they will repeat the cycle and there will be more pain and suffering for all concerned. Fortunately, there are many effective ways to break the addiction cycle, and therefore no one has to be a victim to their addiction.

WHAT YOU HAVE TO LOOK FORWARD TO

When you have effectively broken the anger and rage addiction cycle, your anger becomes healthy. Healthy anger is one of the most powerful resources you can have, and you can use it in positive ways to create the life of your dreams.

About the Author

William G. DeFoore is a counselor, executive coach, author and speaker. He has 34 years of experience in helping people achieve healthy, happy relationships. Get free information, watch videos and purchase books, CDs and downloads at www.Goodfinding.com . Contact Dr. DeFoore at ippd4@aol.com.

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