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Waiting on the last race of the F1 season, on Wreck-Free Sunday

First of all, today is the 6th anniversary of moving my blog to WordPress as my blogging service provider. Of the other two places this blog has existed one remains an adult dating site (the original place where I just put down my random thoughts much like I do Sundays here) and the other is pretty much a desert with spam blogs filled with spam comments. 1,076 more words

Wreck-free Sunday Post

Aspiration and F1

It seems that the typically divisive F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone reached a new milestone recently: uniting almost everyone associated with the sport in complete bewilderment. Ecclestone’s comments on F1, it’s audiences, social media and his preference for septuagenarian fans had pretty much everyone aghast. 480 more words

Motor Racing

US Grand Prix review

Fans could be forgiven for thinking the combination of modern track, reduced grid and Mercedes dominance would make for a dull US Grand Prix. Quite the opposite was the case as we were treated to some strong performances and mighty overtaking. 551 more words

Motor Sport

Hamilton Wins U.S. Grand Prix In Austin

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AUSTIN (AP) - Race by race and point by point, Lewis Hamilton is tightening his grip on the Formula One world championship and squeezing out Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg. 862 more words


Watching 3 races on the idiot box, on a Wreck-Free Sunday

There are 3 races going down today, so the idiot box is going to be very busy in Casa de El Poeta today. There are 2 races from Texas, one just down the road a couple hours by bicycle in Ft. 523 more words

Wreck-free Sunday Post

F1 Friday in the US is Here

This will be short, as I’ve worked hard all week and been busy getting all my weekend stuff done during the week so that nothing gets in the way of enjoying the best weekend of the year for me as an F1 fan and friend. 215 more words


US Grand Prix preview

Looking ahead to the 3rd US Grand Prix in Austin, events off the track once again dominate. Despite a title battle heading down to the wire, the fate of F1’s smallest teams has centre stage. 505 more words

Motor Racing