I absolutely love this gif!
I absolutely love this gif!
I wonder what Sébastien Loeb has to say about this.
In the first place I have to say I mostly really enjoyed the race which doesn’t happen very often to me. I am quite a demanding/difficult fan (which you surely realized by now) so I would say me thoroughly enjoying a race is something quite rare. And my two top moments:
Also looking at the results…
Next round is Bahrain GP and I am not going to watch it. It’s my personal protest about the situation in the country and about the way how F1 management is looking at it. I am anyway curious about the results of this GP so I will probably read everything around etc.
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People having worse hair than Sébastien Loeb: Felipe Massa.
His face. This is awesome.
San Marino GP, Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari, 2005
Nice photo from the good old times when tobacco advertisments weren’t banned and from the times when I disliked Michael Schumacher quite much.
I am starting to like you, Michael. Don’t spoil it.
Did they get a bulk discount to those jackets or what? (Btw, Loeb is looking hot.)
Seb casually perving on Schuey
Saying that this photo is very awkward would be an understatement of the century.
Yeah, Loeb with great hair! Oh and it’s 8:7 now!
I personally would prefer to have Kimi Raikkonen in WRC. He was quite a nice addition and I was always laughing at “And where is Kimi?” “In a ditch.” joke. Also he had nice car livery and was nice to watch him live on the stages. I am not going to say anything about his 2 years waste of time in WRC but I would very much rather wonder how he think he will squeeze his moobs into that tiny F1 car. And him having moobs is a fact. Also I wonder how he will do after being away from F1 for two years because we all have seen how Michael Schumacher’s comeback was.
Then there is 2nd driver of Renault/Lotus/whatever. There were many people speaking about Robert Kubica. I personally think that even if he will come back to F1 at some point (which is quite questionable according to me) I very much doubt he will be the same. Again there will be that time he spent away not only from F1 car and also from racing itself so I cannot see his F1 future very brightly.
There are 3 drivers who could drive alongside Kimi in Renault/Lotus/whatever. Vitaly Petrov, Bruno Senna and Romain Grosjean. I guess Vitaly has the highest chances from this trio because of money + he wasn’t so bad this season. Then there is Romain Grosjean who proved he has speed and awesome hair in GP2. And then there is Bruno not really Senna who is F1 only because of his name and I do hope Renault/Lotus/whatever will ditch him.
Really shame about that Kimi news because I was hoping for awesome Vitaly Petrov, Romain Grosjean team.
The lastest two drivers confirmed for Race of Champions are SWRC 2011 and IRC 2010 champion Juho Hänninen and Jan Kopecký who is a multiple champion in losing the IRC title despite the fact Škoda factory team is doing everything to help him to win it. So, the current line-up looks like this:
Team Great Britain:
Team Germany 2:
Then there are also Matthias Ekstrom (two times DTM champion and also 3 times Race of Champions champion), David Coulthard (who may raced in F1 for centuries but he is no champion anyway but okay - if we can have Jan Kopecký and Vitaly Petrov..) and the last (so far) name is Martin Tomczyk (2011 DTM champion).
Considering there is so far 17 drivers I guess they have to quickly add at least another one so they will be able to form two teams from those three remaining drivers.
Being Slavic I shoud probably cheer for Team Slavic but no one will ever force me to cheer for any team with Jan Kopecký in it, no matter how much I love Vitaly Petrov. The chocie is clear for me - it’s Team France as every year, usually there is Sébastien Loeb and Alain Prost
and his nose in it but this year they have little Seb and Sideshow Bob and I am certainly not complaining (but shame they didn’t invite Jean-Eric Vergne instead of Romain Grosjean, with little Seb they could form Team Arrogant).
Btw, I am suprised there is no Team Finland this year. Maybe the organisers grew tired of watching Finnish rally drivers
being crap struggling on tarmac and never winning anything. And they probably didn’t invite Heikki Kovalainen because he would set something on fire.
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I guess I can agree with this.
Btw: There are many drivers supporting this campaign, does anybody have more photos?
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