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Shiny & New

Time for another little update.  Whilst I have been at work I have been lucky enough to have a few of the new DRS/Chiltern Class 68s pass through. 382 more words

Locomotives

Refereeing standards must improve for the sake of football

Many of you know by now that referees generally grind my gears. Since I can remember, fans and viewers have been subject to normally at least one reprehensible decision a game, some minor like an incorrectly awarded throw-in, and some major, like what Mark Clattenburg did in the awesome spectacle that was Leicester City vs Manchester United. 1,053 more words

Drag reduction and relevance

“Nooooooooo (shorter version: no.)…”, “Why?”, “Who’s dumb idea was that!?”, “not needed at all”. Here we have just a selection of the immediate responses to the Tweet from the official GP2 Series Twitter account following the news that DRS would be introduced into the Series next season. 741 more words

Feature

GP2 announces DRS for 2015

GP2 is bringing DRS, the drag reduction system, to the championship in 2015.

Series CEO Bruno Michel said that while the current GP2 car is extended for several more years, it is important for the car to add the necessary modifications to prepare its drivers for F1. 113 more words

GP2 to introduce DRS in 2015

GP2 Series will introduce DRS to the racing from the 2015 season onwards.

Series organisers have announced this afternoon that the Drag Reduction System (DRS) will appear on all GP2 cars in 2015. 295 more words

Announcement

Bobcats clip Rattlers in five-set battle

FAMU DRS senior Raygene Garner’s voice and energy were all but gone as she bent over and implored her team to keep fighting.

A thrilling five-set district battle between the Rattlers’ volleyball team and visiting Munroe had come down to extra points in the deciding tiebreaker. 495 more words

News

Another Update on Hubby

Dr called and told me his stroke was caused by a blood clot in the artery to the brain.

It is called ischemic stroke and it very treatable. 207 more words