Claims to be a "worldwide leader in sports". a malignant misconception since they don't cover F1 racing,rugby or motoGP just to mention a few international sports!!
More like the "leader in US sports!"
1st character:"I wish ESPN could at least cover the F1 racing highlights….."
2nd character:"…SSShhhhhh....they are talking about Barry Bonds on ESPN Hollywood!!!!!!"
An 'F1 Celebration' is when one masturbates in front of one's respective missus, and then proceeds to insert one's finger into one's japs eye the moment prior to ejaculation. Once in the appropriate position one continues to masturbate and achieves a phenomenon that causes ejaculate to spray over one's missus.
This is so called an F1 Celebration because of the similar nature in which a winning racing driver sprays his colleagues and competitors with Champagne.
Joseph: I sprayed my missus like I won the Grand Prix Championship last night.
George: How did you achieve this?
Joseph: I used a technique called an 'F1 Celebration'
Mohammed: Yes, I have heard of such a technique before.
John: You must be highly skilled my friend.
Formula one. High speed races involving the most aerodynamic cars on the planet. Dominated by Ferrari for a long time.
Also, The McLaren f1. A powerful supercar, that can turn (no, your crotch rockets can't do that properly, can they? ^_______^) and is not bought for racing against lame bikes that sell because of PROJECTED top speeds (the tomahawk would fall apart anyway) that cost 10% of the price.
Here's an idea- put your tomahawk crap in some European streets and see how long it lasts. European streets are narrower than american streets, and the superb handling of the f1 will work wonders, while the tomahawk will be doing three-point turns to get around corners, fucktards.
(1) Short for Formula One racing. (2) the only racing that truely can be called a sport.
Wow did you check out Bahrain GP last weekend, it was sick, no driver aids are used, i.e. CVT, ABS or powersteering. And man, ferrari hasnt won this year yet, ohh yeah, its not like theyve dominated for a while just the last couple of years. Their 'dominance' is coming to an end. And wow i didnt see one McLaren F1 car there, ohh yeah, thats because the Mc F1 doesnt race in GP...but BMW-McLaren does.
Born in Queanbeyan, New South Wales, Mark Webber is an exceptionally talented racing car driver, and a true sportsman in the very essence of the word. Webber endured a tough path to reach his goal - formula one; the most elite car racing championship in the world. When he made it into F1 with backmarker team Minardi, Webber stunned the F1 world with a brilliant debut drive to finish fifth in his home race at Albert Park.
In 2007, Webber will race with Red Bull Racing, after two years of slow and fragile cars at his current team - Williams. There is no doubt that Webber has the talent to mount a serious bid for the F1 championship, but F1 is a "fickle game" (to quote Mark), and it's a matter of being with the right team at the right time. Realistically, Mark hopes that Red Bull could be the right place at the right time by 2008.
He is also known outside of formula one for his charity work & The Mark Webber Challenge.
Mark Webber will line up alongside Veteran David Coulthard when he joins red bull racing in 2007.
unlike the DTM (Deutsch Touring Mastersheift) which is the pinnacle of road racing in full bodied cars.. F1 is the best of the best in open wheel racing.. founded in 1950 at Silverstone. it has quickly grown to be the worlds second most popular form of auto racing (just behind the WRC which is the first) and is very much like the English Premier League of Auto Racing... the cars these days aren't as fast as their counterparts in the IRL (Indy Racing League) but what they lack in speed they make up for with spot on turning and acceleration, the season starts in Melbourne Australia and usually ends at an Asian Track... most recently Fuji Japanmore...
they used to race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway infield road course, but due to the tracks layout and the lack of seats on the infield the FIA suspended all racing there indefinitely, there are rumors of Formula 1 going to Elk Hart Lake Wisconsin at the Road America Circuit... but that is strictly a rumor... as an American it really pisses me off when people who are clearly British say we know nothing about Formula 1, and that we're all centered around NASCAR... not true my European friends every year i make the 500 mile commute to Montreal to watch the Canadian GP I've been a fan long enough to watch the great Ayrton Senna race. and i was alive to see him die...
A word to fully encompass the flat out prejudice against the legitimate form of stock-car racing, Nascar.
You: nascar is all fat people
Me: That's Nascarist!
(After looking at all the current Sprint Cup drivers)
You: they're all hicks
Also everything included here: nascar