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February 2013

Bruce McLaren

By |2017-04-10T10:40:20-07:00February 4th, 2013|F1 & Autos|

  McLaren were founded by New Zealand Formula 1 driver and brilliant engineer Bruce McLaren back in 1963, and the current incarnation of the team – reinvigorated in the 1980s with Ron Denni’s Project Four takeover – puts its history front and center: from the display of cars in the atrium of the McLaren Technology Centre in Woking to the traditional launch color of its cars and the [...]

May 2011

Take a few minutes, learn. He is talent.

By |2017-04-10T13:15:04-07:00May 24th, 2011|F1 & Autos|

There's only a few people who read this blog... I know there's even fewer who like cars or racing. I get it. Put aside the fact that you might not like racing and watch the videos below (in order). They're about Ayrton Senna - an incredible driver.

January 2011

February 2010

Audi RS5 Brochure Leaked

By |2010-03-11T16:04:34-07:00February 21st, 2010|F1 & Autos|

On March 2, Audi will unveil the Audi RS5 at the Geneva Auto Show. The Brochure leaked - inside it details that will be powered by a turbocharged V8 engine with a total output of 450 bhp at 8250 rpm. In addition, the RS5 will be distinguished by a huge diffuser, two oval exhausts and an extendable spoiler. маси и столове

December 2009

My hero is back

By |2009-12-23T21:50:51-07:00December 23rd, 2009|F1 & Autos|

Michael Schumacher is returning to F1 racing. I remember when he decided to retire... I know that he's pulling a Farve, but I sure am happy to see him come back to my favorite sport. He's returning to the sport with Mercedes - not Ferrari. This, truthfully, is terrible. Not because I don't like Mercedes - I love Mercedes. It's because I can't disassociate the two, Ferrari and Schumi. Regardless, [...]

July 2009

October 2007

September 2006

Michael Schumacher – End of an Era

By |2008-10-05T15:11:12-07:00September 11th, 2006|F1 & Autos|

After 90 wins, 1354 points and seven world championship titles, Michael Schumacher has announced he will retire at the end of this season. Statistically the greatest driver the sport has ever seen, Schumacher has, over the past 16 years, set a new standard to which younger drivers can only aspire. He may have courted controversy at times, but with his departure, the sport will lose one of its leading lights.

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