Sunday, March 24, 2013

Vettel is the biggest asshole ever seen

SEPANG - "Bella stronza" (nice asshole), this was the summary of the Malaysia Gp. Shameless bastard. And we already knew. Why didn't Webber punch him in the face? (then it came out that he showed him the middle finger). 

Not a case that "don't you know also the millionaires put a price to feelings" is on the money-seeker Hamilton still pitstopping @ McLaren, lol. 

Vettel then said he was wrong and says sorry... tsk tsk. A bit late eh... it's stupid 'cause it's not a random mistake, it was wanted. 

Then it came out that Red Bull, Mercedes and Lotus had irregular features in their wings, but they won't be disqualified, they just have to set them for the next Gp. No wonder...

Sunday, March 17, 2013

Australian GP 2013

MELBOURNE - Photos highlights. McLaren was slow (I even had to tell them: change Perez tyres, what are you waiting for? and it seems they listened to me), but at least during the weekend we had no real off tracks, accidents, pitstop mistakes and no technical problems, as some for Red Bull, Ferrari, Mercedes... money-seeker Hamilton was out two times: he saw the yellow gravel and thought it was gold so dived into it... He blamed it on McLaren sponsors.
There was also Del Piero, but especially: the Rolex girls :) (and Tag Heuer hostesses). I chose this song, Oasis' Cloudburst for the words and because Sky F1 chose Oasis' Fucking in the bushes :D
Race won by Raikkonen, Lotus.

Friday, March 15, 2013

Formula 1 2013 drivers & teams

 Red Bull (headquarters in United Kingdom )
 1. Sebastian Vettel   2. Mark Webber 

bandiera Ferrari 
 3. Fernando Alonso   4. Felipe Massa

Bandiera del Regno Unito McLaren Mercedes 
Bandiera del Regno Unito 5. Jenson Button  bandiera 6. Sergio Pérez 

Bandiera del Regno Unito Lotus Renault 
bandiera 7. Kimi Raikkonen  bandiera 8. Romain Grosjean 

 Mercedes (headquarters in bandiera ) 
 9. Nico Rosberg  Bandiera del Regno Unito 10. Lewis Hamilton 

bandiera Sauber Ferrari
 11. Nico Hulkenberg   bandiera 12. Esteban Gutiérrez

 Sahara Force India (headquarters in bandiera )
bandiera 14. Paul Di Resta   15. Adrian Sutil

Bandiera del Regno Unito Williams
bandiera 16. Pastor Maldonado  bandiera 17.Valtteri Bottas

bandiera Toro Rosso Ferrari
bandiera 18. Jean-Eric Vergne   19. Daniel Ricciardo

 bandiera Caterham
bandiera 20. Charles Pic  Netherlands 21. Giedo van der Garde

bandiera Marussia (headquarters in bandiera )
bandiera 22. Jules Bianchi  bandiera 23. Max Chilton

car numbers, some details and statistics. 5 rookies

Red Bull 
1. Sebastian Vettel (born 3-7-1987 Heppenheim, Germany) 101 GP, debut: Usa 2007 
2. Mark Webber (27-8-76 Queanbeyan, Australia) 196 GP, Australia 2002 
3. Fernando Alonso (29-7-81 Oviedo, Spain) 197 GP, Australia 2001
4. Felipe Massa (25-4-81 Sao Paulo, Brazil) 172 GP, Australia 2002
McLaren Mercedes
5. Jenson Button (19-1-80 Frome, England, UK) 228 GP, Australia 2000 
6. Sergio Perez (26-1-90 Guadalajara, Mexico) 37 GP, Australia 2011
7. Kimi Raikkonen (17-10-79 Espoo, Finland) 176 GP, Australia 2001
8. Romain Grosjean (17-4-86 Geneve, Switzerland, french passport) 26 GP, Europe 2009
9. Nico Rosberg (27-6-85 Wiesbaden, Germany) 128 GP, Bahrain 2006
10. Lewis Hamilton (7-1-85 Stevenage, England, UK) 110 GP, Australia 2007 
11. Nico Hulkenberg (19-8-87 Emmerich, Germany) 39 GP, Bahrain 2010
12. Esteban Gutierrez (5-8-91 Monterrey, Mexico) 0 GP (debut Australia 2013)
Force India
14. Paul Di Resta (16-4-86 Uphall, Scotland, UK) 39 GP, Australia 2011
15. Adrian Sutil (11-1-83 Starnberg, Germany) 90 GP, Australia 2007
16. Pastor Maldonado (9-3-85 Maracay, Venezuela) 39 GP, Australia 2011
17. Valtteri Bottas (28-8-89 Nastola, Finland) 0 GP (debut Australia 2013)
Toro Rosso
18. Jean-Eric Vergne (25-4-90 Pontoise, France) 20 GP, Australia 2012
19. Daniel Ricciardo (1-7-89 Perth, Australia) 31 GP, Great Britain 2011
20. Charles Pic (15-2-90 Montelimar, France) 20 GP, Australia 2012
21. Giedo van der Garde (25-4-85 Rhenen, Holland) 0 GP (debut Australia 2013)
22. Jules Bianchi (3-8-89 Nice, France) 0 GP (debut Australia 2013)
23. Max Chilton (21-4-91 Reigate, England, UK) 0 GP (debut Australia 2013)

McLaren Milan store

MILAN - Again the shop (concessionario Milano). Now red, McLaren mp4-12c. No rain above us :) ...let's see if it's a good sign

Formula 1 2012 tops & flops

WORLD - Better to forget some GP :) 

the highlights, best and worst moments of the F1 season.


1) Alonso
definitely the best driver this year (on a car, Ferrari, that was never the fastest during the season), also the moral winner of the championship. Great races recovering positions, the best race the Europe GP in Valencia, from the 11th.
He retired in Spa and Suzuka, neither of which were his fault (Grosjean and Raikkonen) and those costed him the title.

2) Schumacher
pole position in Monaco, but a penalty (from the previous race) meant he started from the third row. It won't count in the record books, but for one minute and 14.301 glorious seconds, a 43-year-old man was the fastest driver in F1. And on the toughest, most demanding circuit on the calendar, Montecarlo.
It was a high point in a season of lows, but for one scintillating lap Schumacher showed us a flash of the brilliance that took him to 7 world championships.
He retired (until the next time).

3) the McLaren day (1 May) in Budapest, Hungary, with that beautiful woman... (see post).
the Eni models @ Hungaroring.
The Hungarian girls.

4) Maryna Linchuk and the swimming pool with the girls for the Red Bull party in Valencia (Europe GP). The only thing we like about Red Bull.

5) the Shell hostesses @ Spa-Francorchamps.

6) the American girls in Austin, Texas, wearing boots.

7) the East European girlfriend of Alonso. One for me please, thank you.

8) after the storm in Malaysia, me telling Natalie Pinkham: "loved to hear your sighs and see you wet". Lol.

9) Every year, this year even more, the 90the anniversary. Monza. It's Monza, baby. Me losing my pass and a driver taking me inside the paddock. All the people saying hello, 'cause they thought I'm a driver.

10) Raikkonen 
at Interlagos in Brazil, he slid off the track then tried to rejoin by heading up a service road, only to be confronted by a locked gate he thought would be open.
And the "Leave me alone. I know what I'm doing" told the team @ Abu Dhabi.

-) a mention for the world record as fastest pit stop by McLaren (2"31 in Germany), but our season was quite disappoiting, with poor pit stops and reliability of the car. It started great, with a double in Australia and then other podiums, so we thought we could even easily win the championships, an illusion.
Better the new cartoons Tooned.


1) Grosjean
the Frenchman suffered a destructive rush of blood to the head during the first lap of races as he tried to make up places by barging others out of the way. He surpassed himself at Spa, Belgium (biggest crash), where he clattered Hamilton’s McLaren, took out title leader Alonso and nearly took off the Spaniard’s head as his Lotus vaulted the Ferrari’s cockpit, a very bad accident. Grosjean was given a one race ban (Italy, Monza), but that didn’t calm his rivals’ nerves whenever he was in the immediate vicinity (and they also tried to stay away from him, see in Korea). It's the Spaniard who paid the biggest penalty, it cost him the championship.

2) Hamilton
After a terrible 2011, some good wins (as Button), but now it was time we don't like him anymore.
The $93 million. And freedom in enhancing his earnings through personal sponsorship. After weeks of rumours, the transfer from McLaren to Mercedes was announced.McLaren's sponsors-promotions are a too hard work eh...
Twitter gate.
The wonderful thing about Twitter is that it gives stars a chance to reveal more of their personality to fans in a direct way.
The terrible thing about Twitter is that it gives stars a chance to reveal more of their personality to fans in a direct way.
Lewis Hamilton has made a tool of himself on several occasions with several missives he probably shouldn't have pressed the 'tweet' button on.
First the 'confidential data' tweet at Spa, then the 'I can't believe Jenson unfollowed me' tweet, followed soon by the 'oh it's okay, he never did follow me' tweet (and not showing a great respect for Button), plus a couple of others over the year.
It's surprising McLaren sponsor Vodafone didn't come up with some way of leveraging this...
Oh, from 2014, Vodafone leaves McLaren.

3) Vettel
I don't want to say he's a bad driver 'cause he isn't, but there are two feelings about him. That he drives the best car (often sounding like an irregular car) and that sometimes he's not punished (for example when he changes his line (direction) more than one time, to keep the rivals behind).
He was punished at Hockenheim, Germany, when he overtook Button out of the track. And in Abu Dhabi, when he didn't have enough fuel (the same for Hamilton in Barcelona).

3) Maldonado
he said he can drive as no one else in Monaco... Result: out at the start.
He caused some accidents, in Valencia he hit Hamilton, who had to retire.
Similar to Grosjean. Not a compliment.

4) the fat models and women @ Monaco GP (see the post). The ugly ones in India.

5) Mazzoni che pensa che PSY del Gangnam Style sia il primo ministro sudcoreano. E una marea di altre boiate. Credevamo di liberarcene col 2013, ma ci piace troppo...

6) Kobayashi
they talk about his 3rd place in Japan, but we remember more the mechanicas he crashed into, at a pit stop (he had to pay). It looked like bowling. He was looking for money on the internet to race in 2013... He's not racing.

-) last year it was Kubica, now a mention for Marussia's test driver Maria de Villota, who lost an eye in a crash.

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