This here must be one of them 2.4 liter naturally aspirated V8 faucets, because it sure as hell sounds better than those modern whiny turbo V6 Formula 1 cars.
In response to a rules breach by Nico Rosberg and his team at the British Grand Prix, Formula One did the least logical thing they could—make even more rules, which four-time champion Sebastian Vettel reportedly called “bullshit.” For the sake of foul language in the cockpit, let’s hope he didn’t say it on the radio.
Fernando Alonso’s car tore itself to shreds after a wreck on the 17th lap of today’s Australian Grand Prix, but the Spaniard walked away in a testament to the safety standards of the world racing series.
While the ballsweat-palm ranks well below the stinkpalm on the list of disgusting ways to shake another person's hand, it's still pretty gross.
Via Awful Announcing, Sports Media Watch published a list of NBC Sports Network's most-viewed programs for the four weeks ending Dec. 23, and it's grim. Aside from a boxing card and a simulcast of Sunday Night Football (because NBC broke in to show Obama's Newtown speech), no show broke 200,000 viewers.
Plans for the 2012 American Grand Prix to be held at a new racetrack in Austin, are coming to fruition, with the track under construction and a date of June 17, 2012 circled on the F1 calendar.
He also managed to compliment Saddam Hussein and offend black people all in the same interview. And he thinks Hitler was efficient?
British Formula 1 driver Jenson Button was so excited to win the Australian Grand Prix this weekend, that he couldn't wait until after meeting with the media to start the celebration.
Overcomomg a slick track, various porcupine road hazards and these guys, 23-year-old Lewis Hamilton finished fifth at the Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday to become the youngest Formula One champion ever. So he celebrated as you or I would; by spending a night in Sao Paulo with his hot rock star girlfriend, Nicole…
If you're not a Formula One Grand Prix fan — like, say, just about everybody — you might not know that Scott Speed, last weekend in Indianapolis, became the first American to drive Formula One in 12 years. It was a short ride, though; he crashed in the first lap.