Had to share this - Heart's website has a gallery of celebrity photos, including this one of 'David Beckham posing with an elderly fan'..... that 'elderly fan' being Niki Lauda.
After much social media derision, they have quickly amended the caption....
Thanks Clare, that made me chuckle
He's not a diamond geezer, or called Joe!
They could at least have claimed it was a knowing joke. Or irony. Or something...
'And so on February 22nd 1966, at Luton airport...'
Lol, classic. Ok you might not follow F1 but you would think with all the PR for Rush you would know who the "elderly fan" was
Well don't ask me because I've had enough of Red Bull walking it. I'll be back when there's some variety to the results. Ciao F1.
Well, I'm still enjoying the season. Yes Vettel and Red Bull are running away with it, but there's still so much more action compared to the dreadful Schumacher days - so many teams are competing in the mid field and I enjoy watching the strategy / racing going on there.
Of course it's more exiciting when the title is up for grabs, but there's still plenty of decent racing going on.
I think we've been a little built spoilt the last few years in terms of title chasing, so it's not surprising that at some point it wasn't going to come down to the last race again.
I'm glad you're still enjoying it prof, after Singapore I just can't bring myself to watch it again, not until the fizzy pop makers decide they don't want to do F1 any more or Newey decides it's time to move on. I'm as cheesed off with it as I was a decade ago, and I don't see that next year will be any different, even with the new regs.
I would seek solace in MotoGP but BT have nabbed the rights and we appear to be heading for a similar situation there too with Marc Marquez.
Think I'll have to find a new sport to watch.
Just found out what happened to Webber in Korea, he's like a Red Bull bad luck magnet, I hope Ricciardo knows what he's getting himself into next year
Not that I care of course
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Indeed. The fact that no-one has cared to comment on yesterday's race says a lot.....
A far more inspirational tale coming out of Red Bull Racing is that of Robert Kubica, who's just won a World Rally Championship, a mere 2 years after almost dying and losing his arm. More info here
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Well, it was inevitable wasn't it (despite what I was saying earlier this season )
In other news, good on Grosjean - a well needed reminder I think that writing off some drivers within one season of under performing isn't always the best option. He's starting to prove a lot of people wrong (including myself).
It's not over yet, still a lot of battles to be decided. Drivers still trying to claim next years drive.
Like to see Caterham get 10th for the last of the prize money. Like to see Merc claim 2nd.
With Massa going to Williams, I'd like to see Maldonado totally miss out on a seat.
Obviously there has been the Red Bull domination, but I have enjoyed the other battles going on with the differing strategies.
Looking forward to the changes next year and the engineering needed to combat the problems.
Got to raise a glass to the fact that most of that engineering in this sport is British
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Looks like Ross is leaving Mercedes; perhaps inevitable with so many 'bosses' there?
And so the F1 merryground continues!
So, what, you're suggesting we watch F1 for what's going on OFF the track? Sorry but that's just ridiculous, you watch motor racing for the racing and there isn't any in F1 at the moment. 4 Indian GPs and nobody other than Vettel has lead a lap (apparently). The sport is broken.
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There's plenty of racing for podium and points places; just ignore Vettel and there's some great on-track action going on.
And many people led laps in India other than Vettel - this year, anyway. Shame Mark Webber suffered another 'unlucky' technical failure....
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