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Australian Grand Prix: In 100 Words

Vettel won the head to head against Hamilton in this one, thanks to some great tactics from Ferrari. Bottas got on the podium in his inaugural race in the silver arrow, while Raikkonen made up the top 4. 157 more words


F1 - Australia - Race Recap

I Hate That Song…

I have to confess something.  I hate the German National Anthem.  I really do.  I’m a younger guy, so many of my formal memories of Formula 1 have to do with Michael Schumacher taking the top step of the podium and hearing that damn national anthem played.   1,202 more words


Sainz believes Toro Rosso are behind Williams and Haas

Despite his team achieving a double points scoring finish in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, Carlos Sainz has suggested that Toro Rosso is sixth in F1’s new pecking order. 300 more words


Stroll gets laps around Albert Park, but DNF in first F1 GP

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) Lance Stroll almost got to experience the full package on his first weekend in Formula One, hitting speeds exceeding 320 kph (199 mph), clipping a wall, being handed a grid penalty and skidding through the gravel. 496 more words


A Streetcar Named Desire

Thomas Lanier “Tennessee” Williams III, born in 1911 passed away in 1983, leaving behind a string of successful plays that was his legacy. A Streetcar Named Desire remains one of my favourite literary text, and indeed, its popularity in the literary world still stays relevant, being the most intriguing and the most frequently analysed of Williams’ plays. 388 more words

A Streetcar Named Desire