Tuesday, December 24, 2013

new McLaren 2014 rumours

McLaren could launch its 2014 car with an orange livery, according to an Italian media report.
The British team will probably reveal the new car, the MP4-29 on 24 January.
The news is not official yet, but McLaren has reportedly informed its rival teams of its plans, in order to avoid a potential clash of dates in the days leading into official testing.
And with the title sponsor Vodafone now departing, and McLaren not yet announcing a replacement, the report said they're considering launching their last Mercedes powered car in McLaren's traditional orange.
More info soon

rumours: the new 2014 Mclaren Mp4-29 will be still SILVER and without title sponsors able to replace Vodafone, on the side pods there will be the names of the drivers, as sometimes in the past

Thursday, December 19, 2013

communist Red Bull


I had always suspected Red Bull was communist. Also reason why they chose the colour red and a name with a double L. Here's the truth. Red Bull was inspired by the tonic drink Lipovitan of Russia. I perfectly remember experts of illuminati things said (before Red Bull dominance) that the illuminati were starting a new world order in 2010, and controlling the entertainment world, music, sports, everything. In fact, since 2010 Red Bull is winning every title (Vettel is part of a system where everybody could win in his place...). Nowadays, if you want to win, you have to sell your soul to the communist illuminati (of course they're against the Catholic Church, etc.). Also, in 2010 Blatter (one is clearly dirty in everything he does), from Switzerland (where the illuminati banks are based - UBS main F1 sponsor and their illuminati logo) gave the World Cup 2018 to Russia... (2+1+8=11, illuminati number). Saying these things, I'm making them more interesting than they are...
This is serious, there's always a different truth behind everything, and coming out later... and it's about money.
One thing I always noticed in the fans of illuminati things, is that they're like "hypnotized", without really knowing why they support something.

Not to mention the yeLLow illuminated nose of the Red Bull car... and a double illuminated buLL... why? it's always a precise choice... in human history, symbols never disappear, they CHANGE... think about it...

to be added: also, I remember Red Bull was giving a gift to the girls at every Grand Prix, and it was a necklace with an EYE... (typical illuminati symbol) ...with all the things in the world, an eye... also, what's an eye got to do with Formula 1...

Sunday, December 15, 2013

GP Lounge Bacanal London British GP afterparty


LONDON - To be on 6 July in 2014, @ Grosvenor Place

Saturday, December 14, 2013

all the new F1 rules

We noticed the Formula 1 fans are confused, about the new regulations, so to make them clear and suggest to Ecclestone the really necessary rules, here they are.
After a 4 year-secret illuminati agreement with Red Bulluminati about money we humans will never know (see previous post about Brawn), at the end of the 2013 season, the FIA finally realised that the racing had produced exactly the same result as the championship in 2010, and 2011, and 2012, and 2013 after changing the tyres so Vettel won all the races.
Meanwhile, the fans of this sport are only a few, and sleeping since 2010.


CAMPER

as for Italians it's unconceivable to be beaten by a German (in fact, these years were more thanks to Red Bull than Vettel), 'cause we either beat them every time at football, or we're allies, lol (not meaning Hitler-Mussolini, but Schumacher-Ferrari :), following the fire truck in Korea, a camper will intervene every time baby Vettel is leading, to make him cry feeling nostalgia of his childhood in campings during his holidays in Italy, having pasta spaghetti pizza and for the first and last time even showers, and let Ferrari win.

SAFETY CAR

just when it gets interesting with cars crashing into each other (or when it rains hard), out comes the boring Safety Car. But now it will be driven by sexy nurses, carrying a fresh supply of condoms, Mosley BDSM equipment for an orgy, and a change of underwear, with nurses personally changing it

PIT STOPS

all the drivers are required to make 3 compulsory pit stops: one to change the tyres, one to refuel, and one so that the driver can take a piss.
In that case it's called pisstop.

DONUTS

to avoid Vettel's unpunished doughnuts, the winner will have to do a victory dance, with a jury judging him. In case the winner is not able to dance to the Beatles "you may be a lover but you aint' no dancer" Helter Skelter, he will lose the victory

GRID GIRLS

points are awarded at the end of each race based on who scored with the most gridgirls. The overall winner is the person who has picked up the most during the season

NEW KERS

the Kers (kangaroo-energy-recovery/release-system) will now use kangaroos in order to release energy to have more cars overtaking and now even jumping over. Unfortunately the enviromentalists of Greenpeace (appearing in Belgium @ Spa) disagreed, and to avoid their protests, the teams can only use one kangaroo per GP, apart from the Australian GP, with infinite kangaroos and many cars overtaking, in order to give fans the illusion it will be an exciting season.
Instead of kangaroos, there will be tests in Russia with vodka(-ngaroo). Raikkonen feels over the moon. Not sure about the results... maybe too exciting.


CIRCUITS

the Nurburrburburgubguburging is cancelled because the name is too difficult.
The circuits with the shape of a penis will be forbidden, and this will be a new one, without straights, to have more cars overtaking

TORO ROSSO

the team Toro Rosso, translation of the soulless Red Bull(shit), is only useful to sell Red Bull drinks in Italy, so they'll have to change their name with "Toro Rosso Merda" (shit), to remind how disgusting is their drink

12 TEAMS

@ FIA they want a 12th team from 2015, and we can exclusively anticipate the name : as there's always a joke team at the back of the grid, the HRT (Horrendous Racing Team) will be back, also known as Hysteria, but they have now been cured

BACKSEAT

about the news of Vettel becoming a father soon, cars will have backseats, and his son will constantly ask if they are there yet and will spray Red Bull drink in Vettel's eyes

POLAND

about the pole position new trophy, in order to decide who starts from the first place, and to compensate the absence of Kubica, the entire nation of Poland will be asked who should start there, hence the name "pole"

DESTRUCTORS

not only the Costructors Championship, now also the Destructors one, to have more exciting crashes, that was the real spice of this sport

SABOTAGE

to add some thrill and nostalgia for the old times, sabotaging the rivals will be allowed. The box must be kept open during the night, with mechanics making jokes on the cars. The following day, the teams are allowed to check their cars, apart from the brakes

HELMET DESIGN

as a punishment for Vettel changing the design of his helmet in almost every GP (that was the most entertaining thing in F1), he will have to race without helmet, with a flock of birds (Noel Gallagher bringing bad luck as always) following his Red Bull Renault Clio and shitting on his head, changing its colour. Very entertaining.
Vettel already tested this rule in 2013 when he showed his new fake blonde hairstyle.

TYRES

to avoid interrupted races because of rain (really absurd), in case of bad weather, Pirelli is now making triangular tyres, that sure will keep the cars stable on track

CHEATING

another new trophy will be given in Australia, to see who has been cheating over the winter break. There is always at least one team. Current record holders are Red Bull.

METALS

a typographical error on a press release initially described the championship as operating also under a "medals" system, with drivers being awarded a gold, silver or bronze medal for their efforts. In reality, this should have read "metals", as winning drivers will be awarded heavy metals at the end of each event which they will then be required to wear for the duration of the next event in an effort to slow them down

POINTS

the winner will get 20 points, the second 25... this to avoid Vettel winning every race, to see if he's really driving or it's Red Bull that could win even without a driver.
1 extra point for the drivers who can touch the chequered flag with their hand

CHEQUERED FLAG

traditionally, the chequered flag was waved to the first driver to cross the line. Now it's associated with the person who has the biggest cheque book (hence the name), and so can corrupt the officials more than anyone else

HAMILTON

to avoid Hamilton pitting at McLaren again, a blue bird on a statue of Rockefeller will be placed @ Mercedes box, to remind him the reason why he changed team (money, and Twittergate, revealing telemetry and attacking his own friend, then realising to be wrong)

COST CAP

the new rule will be applied not on the teams but on the cost of the prostitutes for the whole FIA members

HITCH-HIKING

instead of Webber, at the end of the races, gridgirls and escorts/prostitutes will be hitch-hiking along the track, and drivers not resisting the temptation and picking them up, will get a penalty.
Briatore already asked to be a new driver

FAN TEST

following the Red Bull domination, new fans usually drinking Red Bull in discos, became fond of this sport, calling themselves experts despite discovering its existence 14 minutes before.
The people who can prove to have a relative from Heppenheim (Vettel's hometown) will be the only Vettel fans allowed to watch the GPs.

FAN SEX

if all these changes won't be enough and F1 is still boring, the fans will have sexual intercourse, and the activities will be suggested by the automatic advertisements appearing beside the internet streaming

VETTEL LOOKING AT CARS

at the end of the races, to prevent Vettel always looking at the other cars (as if there was something irregular / or to copy), they should put Ibrahimovic there, telling him "cazzo guardi?", lol (=wtf are you looking at)



more stuff to add and update soon

Thursday, December 12, 2013

illuminati in Formula 1

MILAN - Let's see which numbers our McLaren boys will choose...
....maybe Jenson Button 22, as when he was world champion.
With a big change of many rules in 2014, there could be some surprise (finally).
Probably nobody in F1 would choose to be the "number 2"...

Some strange things of that 2009 season:
- Brawn, from HONDA but new team in F1, wins both the world championships, and disappears. Only one year in F1. Extremely strange... They say if you "sell your soul" to the illuminati, you can have an instant success, also from nothing, without great efforts.
- main sponsor was Virgin of Richard Branson, who is considered an illuminati (the cars also had an "illuminated" yellow highlighter colour, that sounded strange to everybody) ...even Jenson's helmet was illuminated
- the illuminati are often linked to the number 11, and choose precise days and years, and Jenson had a double 11 as number, and won in 2009 (2+0+0+9=11)
- the Anglo-Russian Virgin Racing started in 2010, year of the start of a new "world order", according to experts about illuminati things
- Jenson promoted England for the football World Cup 2018 (2+0+1+8=11), but Russia won...
- since 2010, Red Bull is winning all the titles, for years...
...etc.
I bet you heard about these things only here... there's always another truth behind everything...
meditate, gente... (think about it, people)

Also, both Hamilton and Jenson won 1 world championship, and both of them were racing with the number 22...... quite weird... the double 11 of illuminati... and of course both of them won it wearing a yellow helmet...
seems to be a lucky number... one of them could choose it to be their number forever from 2014.

RED BULL

Since 2010 (year of the start of a new "world order", according to experts about illuminati things), Red Bull is winning all the titles, for years...
Their symbol is a double iLLuminated buLL... and the car has a yeLLow illuminated nose... why? it's always a precise choice... in human history, symbols never disappear, they CHANGE... think about it...
Also, I remember Red Bull was giving a gift to the girls at every Grand Prix, and it was a necklace with an EYE... (typical illuminati symbol) ...with all the things in the world, an eye... also, what's an eye got to do with Formula 1...
One thing I always noticed in the fans of illuminati things, is that they're like "hypnotized", without really knowing why they support something...



also see another video soon

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Hugo LOSS & Hilton DIShonors

rumours about new Sony McLaren 2014 to leave Hugo Boss and Hilton Honors? two of many sponsors anyway, not a great loss and dishonor... at least the drivers won't lose time promoting around (Hamilton was always moaning about it... yeah who would want to get millions to travel the world...)

Still about the new rules : Red Bull fans (Alonso haters) said they're doing everything to help Alonso... yeah, like this year when they changed the tyres and then Vettel won all the races...
Alonso is still the fastest driver, despite jealous haters.

Monday, December 09, 2013

new Formula 1 rules: double points @ final race

Some of the new rules (not technical on the cars)

1) Double drivers’ and constructors’ points will be awarded at the final race of the Formula One season (Abu Dhabi in 2014) in order to maximise focus on the Championship until the end of the campaign.

the perplexity of purists is that a win at soulless Abu Dhabi will be worth double one at a classic track such as Monza, Spa, Suzuka, Monaco or Silverstone

2) The principle of a global cost cap has been adopted. The limit will be applied from January 2015.

A resource-restriction agreement was introduced in 2011 but it has been fraught with difficulties and attempts to introduce a cap on total spending by each team have so far been rejected, primarily by Red Bull...

3) Drivers will be asked to choose their race number, between 2 and 99, for the duration of their career in the FIA Formula One World Championship. Number 1 will be reserved for the current World Champion, should he choose to use it
(he will...)

If more than one driver choses the same number, priority will be given to the driver who finished highest in the previous year’s championship.

4) The principle of a five-second penalty for minor infringements was agreed. In what form such a penalty will be applied will be discussed with Formula One’s teams in order that a new regulation be introduced for 2014 season.

5) A trophy will be awarded to the driver who sets the most pole positions during the championship season.

Red Bull fans (Alonso haters) said they're doing everything to help Alonso... yeah, like this year when they changed the tyres and then Vettel won all the races...
Alonso is still the fastest driver, despite jealous haters.


+ Pirelli tyre test – Bahrain, 17-19 December 2013

The F1 Commission agreed to a change to the 2013 Sporting Regulations, on safety grounds, allowing the Formula One tyre supplier to carry out a three-day test. All Formula One teams have been invited to take part in the test and only 4 have [maybe] accepted: Red Bull Racing, Mercedes, Ferrari, and Toro Rosso.

McLaren and Force India will NOT be taking part despite both being named as participating in FIA's announcement...
a spokesman for Force India made clear that the late timing of the test's confirmation meant they didn't have sufficient notice to freight cars and equipment to Bahrain in order to begin testing in seven days' time...


Red Bull confirmed to have a fake champion, once again.
Also, when he moans about double points at the final race from 2014, it's nonsense. He would have had even more points. He's one of those faking to be honest...

La FIA ha confermato che la nuova regola della numerazione fissa è stata fatta apposta per Mazzoni.
Mescolando numeri con aneddoti legati a quelli, andrà in brodo di giuggiole

Thursday, December 05, 2013

2013 best & worst


MILAN - another video, now not only Formula 1. I think there won't be anything else to add.

flop of the year: McLaren (the car, not the bikes, winning the difficult Giro d'Italia-Tour of Italy with Nibali & stages with Mark Cavendish. Wiggins struggling :(

night of the year: McLaren @ Just Cavalli

bastard acts of the year: Platini & Blatter (winning this every year), doing everything for France (irregular goals and changing rules). Also, totally irregular win of Brazil in the other Brazil-Italy, at the Confederations Cup. And the usual Barcelona helped by referees.
+Vettel

loss of the year: Maria de Villota, Stefano Borgonovo, Nelson Mandela (and Beckham)

2014 is ready... (World Cup, gigs, Senna, Sony McLaren and maybe Led Zeppelin reforming)


Wednesday, December 04, 2013

Formula 1 2014 official calendar

19 races (not 22), no Korean, New Jersey and Mexican Grand Prix, maybe postponed to 2015. Abu Dhabi final race. New: Austrian and Russian GP.

new McLaren 2014 presentation
Jerez winter tests (28-31 January)
Bahrain tests (19-22 February, 27 February-2 March)

Australia Australia Melbourne (16 March) 
Malaysia Malaysia Sepang (30 March) 
Bahrain Bahrain Sakhir (6 April) 
Spain Spain Barcelona (11 May) 
Germany Germany HOCKENHEIM (no Nürburgring) (20 July) 
Italy Italy Monza (7 September) 
Singapore Singapore Singapore (21 September)
Japan Japan Suzuka (5 October)
RUSSIA Russia Sochi (12 October)

Sunday, December 01, 2013

Sony McLaren 2014


WOKING - new rumours are suggesting Sony and Playstation will be the new title sponsor of McLaren and the car would get back to grey, instead of Vodafone's red. 
Sony is Japanese, so it's anticipating 2015 with Honda engines, instead of Mercedes. 
new McLaren presentation event clicking here

Friday, November 29, 2013

Ayrton Senna tribute @ Imola 2014


IMOLA - Tributo a Senna. The memorial will be @ Imola circuit (autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari), 30 April 2014 for Ratzenberger, and 1 May. It will be a 4 days event, with also Mansell, Prost, Berger, etc. 
You can join the Facebook event clicking here 
more info soon

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Formula 1 2013 best and worst

MILAN - highs and lows from the 2013 season... definitely a year to forget.
The most emblematic, symbolic photo is the Red Bull without a driver (Vettel retiring at the British GP), a car that could win without a driver...

HIGHS

1) Mark Webber, a pleasant surprise to discover, now that he's retiring from this sport because of Red Bull "not helping" him (... euphemism), that he's an intelligent and honest man. Red Bull clearly gave him a different car from Vettel's, and Mark often had to retire because of technical problems.
...also, hilarious team radio messages, adding excuses (as if they let him battle with Vettel... not...), to keep him behind... 

2) boos against arrogant Vettel when he was on the podium of several GPs (not only Monza as many say). He always missed the point, saying it's because he's not driving a Ferrari... he even touched racism, saying Italians boo all the drivers if they don't drive a Ferrari... absolutely not.
He often tried hard to sound funny, a positive character, but the result was being ridiculous.
He also accused other drivers of "hanging their balls in the pool on Fridays"... it's easy to talk like that, driving a Red Bull...

3) Formula 1 girls, hostesses, gridgirls and pitbabes :)
And the McLaren (50th anniversary) night @ Just Cavalli, better than Monza this year...

4) comeback of the year: Jenson Button's recovery in Brazil (from 14th on the grid to 4th at the chequered flag) to land McLaren's best result of the season. Typical Jenson :) (the best comeback ever: Canada 2011, Button from last position, beating Vettel driving a Red Bull...)

5) overtaking move of the year: Fernando Alonso overtaking Lewis Hamilton and Kimi Raikkonen around the outside on the opening lap of the Spanish GP to set up victory.
For the majority of the year, Alonso showed to be the best driver without a doubt.


LOWS

1) Maria de Villota's death at the age of 33 one year after her testing accident with Marussia, and the passing of Canadian GP track marshal Mark Robinson

2) Red Bull's dominance, making this year (the second part) the most boring in Formula 1 history. We were literally sleeping during some races. Some GPs were even without real highlights

3) McLaren's refusal to give up on the flawed MP4-28, a stubbornness which condemned the team to their worst season in living memory. Should have gone back to the 2012 car

4) Vettel, his arrogance and his behaviour, especially at the Malaysian Grand Prix against his team mate Webber. 
In some GP he also looks at some other car from close (Ibrahimovic would say: "cazzo guardi?" - wtf are you looking at), as to copy, or if there was something irregular... while irregularities (used to be) in his own team...

5) tyres, for one reason or another Pirelli have been in the headlines all year. They're definitely the tyres of Inter (the football team) ehehe
When they changed the tyres during the season (that's not really fair...), then Vettel won all the races...

6) the appointment of Heikki Kovalainen (instead of 3rd driver Davide Valsecchi) as Kimi Raikkonen's replacement for 2 races, with the Finn subsequently conceding he under-estimated the scale of the challenge before him. Kovalainen failed to score a point.
...also, Lotus didn't pay Raikkonen for the season yet.

7) the stupidity of the new F1 fake fans, supporting the strongest team (a drink can, without a history, without a soul) "because they win", and commenting the results without a proper knowledge. Can't wait to see them supporting Marussia in a few years.

8) the food in Monaco... terrible. I don't know if it's because we're Italians, but that expensive shit is crazy.
That food was probably the famous pigeon on Monaco track...

9) losing wheels... seen it too often this year (especially from Williams... and Webber...), which makes F1 sound a bit naive... it's necessary to go back to basics...

10) the Formula 1 2014 calendar, the length and detail of which is still unknown at the belated time of writing.
Also, the 2014 driver market. The final composition of next year's grid still remains anyone's guess.
Well at least it keeps us interested in F1, 'cause the races weren't interesting at all


blonde Vettel: girl in uniform, lol

Sunday, November 24, 2013

Brazil GP: people's reaction for Vettel

INTERLAGOS - The interviewer on the podium (even) asked the crowd to applaude Vettel... the reaction of the people was like this:


the interviewer even had to insist...
This was the "highlights" video (are there any highlights in these GPs?) 

Massa mocking Vettel: "unbelievable! unbelievable!" (Vettel said so after the pole position... really? ...unbelievable what? ...what a joke).
That penalty would have NEVER been given to Vettel.
If there's a justice in the world (there isn't), for all the Red Bull and Vettel past irregularities, a thunderbolt should hit Vettel... The box problem @ Red Bull was a sign...
2013, the worst and most boring Formula 1 season in history comes to an end (thank God), coincidentally it was a horrible year for McLaren too...
Car differences like we had this season are a disaster for this "sport", that now is not a sport. Sadly all the statistics that previous REAL champion level drivers have made, has been destroyed thanks to Red Bull.
4 times world champion Vettel didn't do even 10% of what real champions had to do in the past, very very sad. F1 lost interest

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Eicma 2013


MILAN - video with photos of the Eicma 2013 girls and the helmet of McLaren legendary James Hunt (also in the film Rush). There was also the new motorbike Caterham. 


ragazze Eicma

Milano Auto Show


MILAN - official: new exposition called Milano Auto Show (Salone internazionale dell'automobile), from 11 to 21 December 2014, @ Fiera Rho the place of Expo 2015 and Eicma (the biggest motorbikes exhibition in the world), probably instead of the Motor Show in Bologna, cancelled this year, for the first time. 

aggiornamento: pare che il "Milano Auto Show" non si farà.
Vietato creare eventi, altrimenti arrivano i sicari di Pisapia.
I nostri soldi sono riservati per le villette degli zingari, i centri sociali abusivi, ecc. Sembra che Pisapirla non voglia fare un dispetto al compagno dell'ufficio sinistri di Bologna nè al compagno di Roma nè al compagno di Torino.
Oltre alla Fiat, altre case non parteciperanno (tanto a questo tipo di eventi per la F1 ci sono le solite Ferrari e Red Bull), come al Motor Show, cancellato per la prima volta. Tutti i siti starebbero quindi parlando di fumo.
Se poi andiamo avanti di questo passo in Italia...
Adeguiamoci al potere comunista nel 2014, e boicottiamo il Milano Auto Show

Friday, November 01, 2013

Formula 1 music compilation



songs compilation, Australian AC/DC, legendary driver Nuvolari, Russians, Brazilian Garota de Ipanema, etc. only a few GPs missing.



and of course Alistair Griffin, Just drive from Sky F1

Monday, October 28, 2013

Vettel one of the greats? not even close!


LONDON - From Eurosport, even too kind article.
In the mountains of Switzerland, there is a very special kind of marathon race held every year. In the morning competitors are bussed up to the top of a mountain, whereupon they proceed to run 26.2 miles back down to the picturesque Alpine valley where they started their day. Needless to say, competitors regularly post times several minutes quicker than they would otherwise be capable of.
They're still running a marathon, of course. It's still a long, gruelling experience that demands both physical and mental toughness, and during which things can go wrong. But nonetheless, it's a lot, lot easier than, say, running the same distance on the deceptively hilly streets of New York.
And that's very much how Motorhead sees Sebastian Vettel's achievement in winning four consecutive world titles. Sure, he's won another marathon. He did so in incredibly impressive fashion. But we need to look closely at the race he was actually running - because when considered objectively, there's no doubt that Vettel had so many advantages that he might as well have been driving downhill.
It's always seems very bad taste to use the occasion of a sportsman celebrating their greatest glory to point out that their achievement isn't all it's cracked up to be.
Yet that's exactly what this blog is about to do because the trouble is, in the case of Sebastian Vettel, the opposite is true at the moment. Everybody is loudly declaring him a genius of unimpeachable historical significance [not really everybody... almost nobody], without stopping to consider properly what it is that he's done.
Even as he crossed the line to win the Indian Grand Prix and secure a fourth consecutive title, Red Bull chief Christian Horner came onto the radio to tell his man that "you're one of the greats now". Around the world, newspapers and website published their painstakingly-prepared hagiographies of a driver who has been hailed as one of the greatest in the history of motorsport.
The three men before Vettel who had won four world titles are Michael Schumacher, Alain Prost and Juan Manuel Fangio.
Schumacher won seven titles, including an unmatched five in a row. In all but one of those seasons he did so in a car that was by far the quickest in the field, so much so that he won more than half the races. In one of those years he won 12 of the first 13 races. (At the one he missed out on, Monaco, he was leading until he was involved in a crash with Juan Pablo Montoya.)
Prost won four titles, including back-to-back titles in 1985 and 1986. In three of those seasons he had by far the best car; in 1993 he faced no serious competition elsewhere on the grid, and in 1985 his McLaren was the only car on the grid that didn't constantly break down (second in the championship that year was Michele Alboreto, whose Ferrari was forced to retire in the final four races of the season). In 1989, however, his team-mate at the all-conquering McLaren was one of F1's greatest ever drivers, Ayrton Senna. And in 1986 he won a title despite Nigel Mansell driving the arguably superior Williams (though Mansell wasn't helped by a last-gasp blow-out).
In addition, Prost was denied the 1984 title by Niki Lauda (by half a point, the closest-ever finish to a season); he missed out on the 1988 and 1990 titles because of the genius of Senna; and he fell short in the 1983 title when his turbo blew on lap 35 of the final race of the season.
As for Fangio? He didn't even enter Formula 1 until he was 39 years old. He won the title in 1951 in an Alfa Romeo despite the Ferrari being acknowledged as the better car; missed most of the 1952 season as his Alfa team had been banned for using superchargers; watched helpless as Ferrari won seven out of nine races in 1953; won the title easily in an almost unbeatable Mercedes in 1954; then scrapped his way to the next three titles in an era when the cars were either perfectly evenly matched, or (as in 1956) when fellow legends such as Stirling Moss were driving an identical machine.
All this was played out against a background of constant death and incapacitation: 13 F1 drivers were killed during Fangio's time in the series, and Fangio himself carried on racing at the age of 42 despite breaking his neck while driving in a different racing series during the off-season. He did all this, and retired in 1958 having won an unmatched 46 per cent of his races. His retirement, incidentally, came soon after he was kidnapped after setting the fastest practice times at the 1958 Cuban Grand Prix. (He was released after the race.)
Vettel, by comparison, won tight 2010 and 2012 championships after epic seasons battling with Fernando Alonso, whose Ferrari was generally not quite as quick, but tended to be more reliable. Particularly in 2012, Alonso had to wring his Ferrari's neck to keep it competitive for most of the season; he was acclaimed as the driver of the season by most pundits, and said himself that he felt his second place in the title race was a greater achievement than either of his titles.
In 2011 and 2013, however, his Adrian Newey-designed car was untouchable, and with all the development time poured into making it as good as possible for Vettel, team-mate Mark Webber was generally made to look pretty incompetent by comparison. (Ferrari took the exact same path with Michael Schumacher in the late 1990s, incidentally, and made the very-talented Rubens Barrichello seem equally silly.)
Vettel can't do more than beat the people around him and win the races he's in. The same went for Schumacher, whose dominant spell at Ferrari produced a similarly untouchable and reliable driver-car combination, something that simply wasn't seen on an extended year-in-year-out basis for most of the careers of Prost and Fangio.

How many more titles would Fangio have won had he got started aged 19, as Vettel did, instead of age 39? The answer is unthinkable, but double figures seems certain.
How many consecutive titles might Prost have won had he had more reliable cars in those near-misses in the early years of his career? Or if a driver less talented than Senna had been alongside him at McLaren? Or if that late 1980s technical dominance McLaren enjoyed had lasted the best part of a decade rather than a couple of years?
For that matter, how many titles would Ayrton Senna have won had he not been tragically killed?
And how many titles would Alonso have by now if he'd been driving that Red Bull car for the last four or five years? How many titles would Jenson Button have by now if the Brawn F1's vast advantage over the field in 2009 had lasted five years instead of 12 months?
Motorhead isn't saying Vettel isn't good. He IS good. He's excellent. [not really]
But he's had it easy. He's been lucky. Things have gone his way.
Or, to put it another way, the marathon he's been running has been downhill all the way, while Alonso - to pick just one example - has been running uphill, and doing himself immeasurable credit even keeping Vettel in sight.
So pat Sebastian Vettel on the back, or buy him a drink. Just don't kid yourself that he's fit to be mentioned in the same breath as the likes of Fangio or Prost among the legends of the sport.
Maybe he will be one day. But not yet.

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Vettel, a puppet as world champion


MILAN - uuuuhhhhhh yeeeeaahhhhhhhhh BIGGER THAN SENNA!!!!!!!!!! oooohhh yessssssssssssssss who the fuck is Fangio?????????? whoooaahhhh uuuuuhhhh---uuuuuhhhhhhhhhh

India GP. Technical comment on the Grand Prix: zzzzzzzz... but also: yawnnnnnnn... they're watching the GP... Appropriate 4 times world champion Vettel: symbol of the new meaningless generation, supporting him just because he wins. Also, ruining the statistics and history of F1 (Vettel bigger than Senna? haha what a joke).
Shame it happened in India with a few fans, he should've been booed as always.
Vettel is just a puppet placed there in that seat, everybody could be a champion with Newey's car, also Jules Bianchi.

History repeats itself, now as farce... The joke continues: Horner now says Red Bull wouldn't have won four titles without Vettel... but he's right, because other drivers would have won 5 or 6. I mean, not necessarily because other drivers are better (they are) but because more experienced and probably would've started to win before him, with that car.

absolutely NEW: technical problems for Webber, out.
Red Bull's usual second rate material for him............... To make sure he can't disturb Vettel in any way (in some races also changing his strategy with one for a sure loser). It's not a sporting behaviour. If I was Webber, I would sue them.
Once again: what a joke of a sport has Formula 1 become...
Red Bull could now make him drive Vettel's car for the remaining races...
Also, nice pole position: 4 times 4 wheels off the track. In fact, he wasn't as happy as usual, he knew it... but still happy, shameless bastard.
It's clear Bernie Ecclestone should change something.
As Senna said: if you no longer go for a gap that exists, you are no longer a racing driver...

photos and highlights video soon

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

India GP 2013



NEW DELHI - Buddh International Circuit, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, New Delhi, India.
Indian Formula 1 Grand Prix preview (भारतीय ग्रां प्री), 25-27 October 2013.

dedicated to the memory of George Harrison, India big fan, McLaren big fan

You can join the Facebook event here, also if you're not going there, 
just to remind you the hours of the GP on tv. 

British time: (Italy +1) 

Friday 
free practice 1: 5:30-7:00
fp2: 9:30-11:00 

Saturday 
fp3: 6:30-7:30 
qualifying: 9:30-10:40

Sunday 
race: 9:30



Malaysia + India 2012

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Japan GP, Vettel blames press

SUZUKA - embarrassing... horrendous t-shirt, clearly a German with no style.
Vettel's self-confidence is not self-confidence but arrogance.
Now his previous "hanging their balls in pools" has become "I'm sure they're doing the same (effort)" and he's blaming the "stuff written" obviously... it's the other people's fault eh... not his usual shite tongue.
Clearly needs a driving lesson... If everybody drove a Red Bull, he would be like... 11th.

Now it comes out that the British fans (especially Hamilton fans) who attacked Vettel, they don't find anything strange in Vettel's celebration with his finger... sure, 'cause they're British... for "that" meaning, don't they use the "two fingers"? for other countries it's very different... when we see Vettel's gesture, it's not that meaning but it's quite provoking, there's a thousand better ways to celebrate.
"It's no different to when Schumacher had his Schumacher jump on the podium - it's his trademark so stick with it"...
nah, a jump is not a finger...
and Vettel doesn't care. This is another thing that shows how he's distant from Formula 1 fans... F1 is not football...
"It's amazing how all the Vettel Lovers have come out. Of course these are keyboard jockeys and only support the fastest car which is the Red Bull [with no history]. They soon change their tune when Lewis, Alonso, Raikkonen, Button win and they soon support the fastest Mercedes, Ferrari, McLaren".
"He should consider tattooing Adrian Newey's name on it, after all, he's the guy who's really winning these races." ahaha

It's a shame to ruin the statistics, the history of Formula 1... Vettel 4 times world champion, bigger than Senna??? a complete joke. You can imagine how we old fans feel. The people supporting Vettel don't even know who Senna was.
Vettel is just a puppet placed there, symbol of the new meaningless generation.

Horner to Webber (via radio): "unfortunately we lost too much time behind Grosjean"
... as if then they would've let him battle with Vettel...
In fact, they made sure he couldn't win, with a strategy of 3 pit stops... and he was surprised...
what a joke of a team, what a joke of a sport has F1 become...

"...it's easy, driving the best car, but it's like Bayern Munich, with the best players"
(German Schmidt)
what kind of comparison is that... F1 is not football.
It's easy for many F1 people to say good things about Vettel, they want to be politically correct and have no problems in relationships with their colleagues... they're not credible.
Germans should better shut up about football...
Senna would speak the truth about Vettel...

Watching the long interview with Hakkinen on Sky F1, he was moaning about too much promotional work (just like Hamilton) with McLaren. Oh, they were only being paid millions to travel the world...
never liked him. In fact, he didn't get on well with Senna...
rip Maria de Villota.


highlights video

Saturday, October 12, 2013

EICMA 2013 (job)

MILAN - This is not an event about Formula 1, but sometimes there's something about it, as Button's and Hamilton's helmets, etc.
girls who want to work as hostess @ Eicma 2013 for my sister, let us know and we’ll give you all the info, marco@miamilan.com
There are always many foreign girls too. Some F1 girls are the same of Moto GP.

The biggest motorcycle show in the world. It takes days to see really everything, it’s huge (it’s @ Expo 2015 place, Fiera Milano Rho).
As every year, the models working must be thin (38-40 Italian size dress)

5-6 November for journalists, but with the girls too (and Steven Tyler of Aerosmith, Italian origins, Steven Tallarico :)
Thursday 7 November, 10:00 -> 18:30
Friday 8 November, 10:00 -> 20:00, free entry for all the girls and women
Saturday 9 November, 10:00 -> 18:30
Sunday 10 November, 10:00 -> 18:30

if you don't want to work but just visit, you can find the tickets clicking here



lavoro ragazze (modelle) Eicma

Tuesday, October 08, 2013

Giro d'Italia 2014 (tour of Italy)

MILANO - This year it will start from Northern Ireland (Belfast), and be dedicated to Marco Pantani.
Italian Vincenzo Nibali (on McLaren bike, S-Works) won the Tour of Italy 2013.
Mark Cavendish on McLaren bike won FIVE stages for the fastests cyclists, @ Giro d'Italia 2013...
McLaren the car had a different year... 


"...welcome to the world's most beautiful place".

Friday, October 04, 2013

Vettel under fire from fellow F1 drivers

YEONGAM - News of the day: Vettel is an asshole... nothing new. It's easy to speak that way driving that car. Jenson and Rosberg (often beating him without driving a Red Bull) spoke against him.
Shame there are only a few fans in Korea, he would be booed as always.
The people don't even get up early to see the GP... never happened, not even @ Schumacher times, who did some stupid things (against Damon Hill and Villeneuve) but was clearly a great driver.
It's not only about always winning, thanks to a superior car by Newey, there's something Vettel ruined in the F1 "atmosphere" with the things he says. He even thinks to be funny.
Usually a GP was anyway exciting, no matter the final result. Now everytime we see him, we feel nausea.


Nico Rosberg has launched a withering rebuke of Sebastian Vettel, warning that the World Champion is in danger of losing the respect of his fellow drivers following his apparent criticism of Red Bull's rivals.
While Vettel has been robustly supported by the majority of the paddock in the wake of being heckled on the podium at Singapore, it appears that the German's comments in the aftermath of his dominant victory have also caused considerable irritation in some quarters.
"Whilst there's a lot of people hanging their b***s in the pool on Fridays, we're still working very hard and pushing very hard so that we have a strong race," said Vettel on the Singapore podium.
The German has subsequently downplayed his remark, insisting it wasn't meant as an attack on his team's rivals, but that hasn't spared Vettel from a dressing-down by both Nico Rosberg and Jenson Button.
"Sebastian brings the boos on himself. He talks about my b***s that I hang in the pool and then the boos come. My guys are working hard day and night. He couldn't know if his boys work harder. We give it full throttle. His comments are aloof and were almost his undoing qualifying," said an angry Rosberg.
"I almost stole pole from him and if I had I would have laughed. Sebastian should think less about my b***s and more about himself. With comments like that he is running the risk of losing the respect of his fellow drivers."
McLaren driver Button was equally unimpressed with Vettel's description, and the 2009 World Champion told the Daily Mail: "It is incorrect and wrong of him to say that.
"We are obviously not doing a good enough job to beat Red Bull and no one is at the moment but that doesn't mean we are not working hard. Every team is working as hard as Red Bull."
But despite the criticism, and the loss of top spot to Lewis Hamilton in practice in Korea after previously topping five successive Fridays, it seems Vettel has not lost his sense of mischief.
"Overall a pretty solid day, we had no issues with the car, and there is room for improvement - especially once we turn on the Traction Control," Vettel quipped to Sky Sports News.
Allegations surfaced in the wake of Vettel's dominant win in Singapore that they are running a form of traction control on their RB9.

Monday, September 30, 2013

Ayrton Senna 1994-2014 anniversary

MILAN - Can't believe almost 20 years have passed. It seems like yesterday and that nothing changed... it seems. Still watching Formula 1 without anyone, better with no friends, as if F1 was a personal sacred rite for us, since we were kids in the '80s.
Today sure he would be a very important person, with a main role in F1 and not only. It's so sad it makes me cry, it's as if he was one of my family, for how I'm still shocked by this loss.
He died in Italy (Imola but San Marino Grand Prix, 1st May 1994), the year he left McLaren... he should have joined Ferrari instead, he was often linked to Italy (and also he could speak Italian very well of course). You know, that crash was Williams' fault, they messed with the steering wheel column.
My first year @ Monaco was in 1993, won by Ayrton of course, king of Montecarlo, 6 times (1987 +5 consecutive GPs, 1989-1993).
There's no need to do something special that day, as we remember him during the years too, and it's sad to remember the day of a death, but if in these months anyone wants to write a message about him, sure he would happy we think of him.
He's still one of the main reasons why we support McLaren.


movie, Senna film trailer


you can find the original Ayrton Senna official tshirt for the best price clicking here 
or some other colour clicking here
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