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In Topic: F1 2014 Big Changes

25 June 2014 - 08:36 AM


I think hamilton will still win the championship. Many races left and he is the faster driver. Unless of course he pisses off his team and then they will not give him their best. Doesnt take much to tip the scales. Few psi here or there, wheel nut mishap....makes me wonder if vettel pissed off his team. What are the odds of him having so many problems and his team mate not? Maybe oliver stone should make an f1 film :)

Do you still think Lewis is gonna do it?  I have my doubts now with the resurgence of Williams and McLaren starting to garner some points.  Red Bull, OTOH, appear to be lost in the desert???

Not with as much confidence as before for sure. I almost quoted myself as the thing shows up at the top every time I visit. Its getting embarrasing. Long season though. I would rather rossberg win but I really thought hamilton was the faster driver. Rossberg has stepped up his game or hamilton has lost his way a bit or the team are truly providing equal equipment and not favoring a driver which may have helped hamilton in the past. I think ferrari are favoring alonso though with good reason because he really gives it all every time behind the wheel. He's becoming one of my favorite drivers since I began following in 1983. Really good season so far. I hop kimi hangs in there and starts getting more in tune with the car. The vettel thing is just wierd. A new car sounds like a good idea. Anything to change it up. I cant remember when two cars on the same team performed so differently from a reliability standpoint.

The last 2 seasons in the case of red bull!

In Topic: Joke

24 June 2014 - 10:03 PM

A husband went to the police station to file a "missing person" report for his missing wife:
Husband :-I lost my wife, she went shopping & hasn't come back yet.
Inspector :-What is her height?
Husband :-I never checked.
Inspector :-Slim or healthy?.
Husband :-Not slim, can be healthy.
Inspector :-Colour of eyes?
Husband :-Never noticed.
Inspector :-Colour of hair?
Husband :-Changes according to season.
Inspector :-What was she wearing?
Husband :-Not sure whether it was a dress or a suit.
Inspector :-Was she driving?
Husband :-yes.
Inspector :-colour of the car? . . . . .
Husband :-black Audi A8 with supercharged 3.0 litre V6 engine generating 333 horse power teamed with an eight-speed tiptronic automatic transmission with manual mode.  And it has full LED headlights, which use light emitting diodes for all light functions and has a very thin scratch on the front left door......................and then the husband started crying...
Inspector:-Don't worry sir,.....We will find your car.

In Topic: Burn Motherfucker Burn?

23 June 2014 - 05:24 AM

Jewish lighting, what kind of yacht (sail or motor) doesnt have a yacht fire suppression systems?

its not uncommon if welding work is being done to have these systems isolated. 

I think a better question would be why if there was welding work going on there was no spotter with a extinguisher on hand.

In Topic: F1 2014 Big Changes

26 May 2014 - 09:10 PM

Hamilton is again starting to loose respect, spoilt brat comes to mind! Acting just like the German in the RB team. To shake a competitors hand at the end is a minimum in my opinion. He did not even look Rosberg in the eye once during the presentation ceremony.

Ricciardo on the other hand looks like a kid in a candy store every time you see him!

In Topic: Joke

23 May 2014 - 06:48 AM

Spanish singer Julio Iglesias was on UK television with British TV host Anne Diamond.

He used the word "manyana" (pronounced "man -yana").

Diamond asked him to explain what it meant.

He said that the term means:

"Maybe the job will be done tomorrow;

Maybe the next day;

Maybe the day after that;

Or perhaps next week;

Next month;

Next year.

Who really cares?"

The host turned to  Albert Yatapingu from the Gumbaingeri Tribe (aboriginal)  who was also on the show.

She asked him if there was an equivalent term in his native language.

"Eh" he replied, "In Australia we don't have a word to describe that degree of urgency."