In a non chronological order.
Sunday driver of the day: Richard Hammond crashed his Morgan Aeromax in a pile-up near Gloucester. Only the car went to hospital. It happened during a gumball where dragsters were fortunately excluded.
Have you noticed how Hammond look more and more like Rod Stewart?
Formula one is to expensive: The South African province Gauteng has decided against bidding to host a formula one race. They said that they’d rather spend their money on creating jobs. Respect.
This will allow South Africa to focus on the football world cup where the events also last one and a half hour, but with longer pitstops.
The rumors says that they were not too happy to see the Rooivalk being compared to an open wheel car.
Schumacher v Raikkonen v Alonso v Hamilton v Vettel v Webber:
Whilst Schumacher is working on his pain in the neck, we are only one week away from the confirmation that Renault will be present in Valencia.
In the meantime Hamilton confirms his worries about the German driver: “Coming in at this part of the season, Michael is at a disadvantage because he hasn’t had the same experiences as everyone else”.
Schumacher is yet to be allowed to test the McLaren.
Colin Edwards does the weather forecast: The American gave an insightful overview of the current state of MotoGP during a series of “Tornado Warning”, with the official Web site of the Red Bull Indianapolis GP.
“Our cornering speeds right now are so just astronomical that if you didn’t have traction control, man, you would be in orbit every other frickin’ race.”
NASA is looking at the allegation.
Good news for the automakers: There are signs that the market are about to enter in a post-crisis phase.
The Royal Bank of Scotland is now working on the lack and the cost of credit.