There’s a blind curve on my way home that both thrills and frightens me. On adventurous days, I push my right foot down on the accelerator and take the uphill hard-right turn fast and tight while hoping there’s not a stalled car or deer or some other obstacle looming as I let my mind transport me to Laguna Seca.
On other days I approach the curve with caution, even slowing to a near crawl as intuition alone tells me to be wary.
I haven’t encountered a problem on this turn, but I know it’s quite possible that someday I will, because there are a few moments when all I can see are my hood and the sky.
Is this a curve that technology can outsmart, or will I forever be doomed to navigate those few seconds blindly?