That sounds like Honda. They want total lips on the behind when employed by them! In MotoGP they lost Valentino Rossi their top rider with multiple world titles because they would not admit it was him and not the bike winning the titles. He had asked to keep the bike he won the last championship with and they refused him. He left them and went to Yamaha and continued winning.
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Originally Posted by Panson
NASCAR's Bubba $50K lighter.
Can we, the viewers, give them a penalty for throwing a caution period for spurious, ridiculous and/or completely avoidable reasons, and failing to clear cars quickly enough thus systematically closing up the field almost every race? Such as letting off fireworks right next to the track at the start of the race, resulting in a driver's car being damaged by debris, affecting the result of the championship?
(ok I know it's a different series, but both IndyCar and Nascar in contrast to F1, seem to close up the field as often as possible at the slightest excuse).
I am so happy, I was thinking only one more race left as I am living in the past when Brazil was the final race. I recently remembered now that we have another race after Brazil!!! I am already in withdrawal from baseball, I really want F1 to keep going as long as possible!!!!
Thanks. I knew it was something like that, but having looked up 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 I lost the will to live
Your wish was granted.
Since 2014 all F1 fans have been nothing but the walking dead, wandering around thinking that we are alive but in fact we are only a bunch of zombies trapped in an in-escapable loop of ever repeating history!
By now we have all become too brain dead to even remember what real F1, racing and competition actually are.
Now we shuffle along out of instinct and habit, making obscure hissing sounds and dribbling at the mouth, all hope expunged from our soulless eyes as we watch the latest farce unfold on our screens.
Have a nice day.
Correct, Darth Vadar who has been "bit".
Which reminds me, before I turned I have some vague memory of biting someone on the finger. He kept sticking his forefinger in the air and waving it around for some reason so I couldn't resist biting it.
Expect to see symptoms of mental confusion and deterioration, erratic physical reactions and unusual and unexpected physical responses especially under stress. This person has been infected and further decline is inevitable.
Any trust or hope placed in this person is bound to result in disappointment.
Ford v Ferrari, the latest from director James Mangold (Logan) is poised to race past the box office competition this weekend. Industry estimates have the racing flick, which is an awards season hopeful, bringing in between $20 and $30 million. Even on the low end, that should be just enough to squeak by the competition. But the bigger question is, can this be a sorely-needed hit for 20th Century Fox? Ever since Disney merged with Fox earlier this year, it's been flop after flop. https://movieweb.com/box-office-pred...arlies-angels/
Really looking forward to the movie. Also nice seeing underdog Honda make good and snag pole on a power hungry track today. I pulled for them since they came back and I got to the point where I figured it was never going to happen.