Happy birthday to Jean Eric Vergne and Simon Fourcade!
Especially to my dear Simon Fourcade.
Btw: If you are not tagging your posts properly there is a high chance I will eventually unfollow you even though I really do like your tumblr blog. Tagging exists for the reason and I really don’t want to go throught I don’t know how many posts of people/things/inside jokes/whatever I don’t have any idea about. I would rather prefer to tumblr saviour it, thank you.
Being critical of your favourite driver, or any driver that you happen to otherwise like, does not mean that you hate them. I’ve seen this sentiment alluded to on Twitter lately and it bugs me because it’s just plain wrong.
A certain German’s attitude and actions have pissed me off a lot recently. Disregarding comments by him that were made earlier this week, I think he’s behaved rather childishly. This does not mean that I hate him. More fool you if you lump me into that category.
Something to consider: I’ve now lost count of the number of times I’ve wanted to slap/kick Sebastien Ogier’s arse. And you all know how I feel about him by now (if you don’t, then I can only assume that you haven’t been following me for that long).
The point: criticism ≠ hate. Remember that.
This. Also I would like to add that if I like some driver/rider I tend to be more critical to him because I follow him more than the others and I usually want him to be the best - hence the criticism if he is not or if I know he can do better.
And also sometimes it happens that you like som drivers, you like some more and you are not fan of some of them or you even dislike them. Again, it’s not hate. It has happened to me with Kimi Raikkonen, Sebastian Vettel or Felipe Masa in the past - I may not like them (or in Kimi’s case more his attitude in WRC sometimes) but I certainly don’t hate them. You cannot change the way I feel about them, I cannot change it either so please, think twice before you go to my inbox and put a stupid annoymous comment in there. And yes, I’ve received few of them.
well if you wanna know norway will kick ass in this compatition if you ve been in norway you may have been in the roads that will come next so dont worry about this road. by the way are you an racer?
I am not surprised, their roads through mountains/plateaus are something incredible. I was there on holiday with travel agency and we were going by bus and I usually fall asleep pretty quickly in a bus. But in Norway I couldn’t - the nature around roads is something really special. I hope there will be a road through Hardagervidda plateau or through Jotunheimen mountains and if not at least look at it for yourself - really amazing. To answer your question, no I am not racer (in fact I was riding a motorbike only once in my life and I managed to hit the wall which is quite embarrassing) but I just enjoy everything with the engine. :-)