I thought we were going to talk about something else. Hasn't he suggested that he has a piercing on his privates ? Also, you say he's in the twilight of his career, well maybe, he got robbed of a title mere months ago, I wouldn't call his driving into question just yet. He said he's had the aforeme...Jump to post
Either go to your higher ups, or find another job. I had this issue with my previous employer, a Japanese tyre company. Unfortunately the bitch of a boss had influence that even the HR team couldn't take action against her despite several reports from my colleagues. So I packed up and left, but not ...Jump to post
Nicoeddf wrote:Lando ran out of talent as well when he crashed unforced into Gasly. Maybe he was dreaming or so. What a joke.
As for the rest, I'm afraid you're right. Monetizing races seems to have become more important to F1 than the racing itself. We'll soon find out. F1's owners are American. Isn't that the American way? Besides, no doubt the team won't be complaining if they get more money coming their way from the s...Jump to post
I really don't understand the US justice system. How could the Supreme Court overturn another Supreme Court ruling? Shouldn't the ruling be final and binding once it has been made? Also, why the hell would you allow Supreme Court justices to have a life term? Why can't it be amended so that Supreme ...Jump to post
I'm currently reading a book on the L-1011 by Graham Simons and looking through the pictures, I'm quite surprised to see that Lockheed chose to paint the L-1011 fuselages before mating it to the wings and completing final assembly. This is peculiar as from my understanding both Boeing & Airbus w...Jump to post
If Lewis truly doesn't care anymore, then he should emulate Niki Lauda's action back in 1979 and withdraw from the season. It's highly demoralizing for the team to be working hard, only to have the driver having a couldn't care less attitude.Jump to post
Nevermind... snoozefest. Except that Leclerc's f#ckup and Sainz's curse are now bringing RedBull and VER back in the race for the title. Snoozefest for the lead perhaps, but there were plenty of racing in the midfield, though what's up with Hamilton? Russell was miles ahead of him. Speaking of Russ...Jump to post
DOH & NRT, both times heading to the US.Jump to post
StarAC17 wrote:Would you rather see a race at Paul Ricard or Silverstone??
If they take Spa out of the calendar and even rotate it people hopefully will be outraged. They should rotate the following 8 European tracks and leave the rest on the calendar. - Imola - Nürburgring - Barcelona - Portimao - The Netherlands - France - Hungary - Turkey. Why not Great Britain - Franc...Jump to post
Honestly, I just don't get the Americans' aversion towards wearing a face mask. I really don't. After two years wearing the face mask is second nature to me now. And here in Malaysia, where the temperatures fluctuates between hot and bloody hot, I find the discomfort from wearing masks to be quite m...Jump to post
And compare to Malaysia and all those true corruption along with that "Malay First" policy which all but guarantee social rift between the locals and the rich ethnic Chinese minority... Actually, funny you should mention Malaysia because it's the best demonstration how Singapore could be ...Jump to post
So theoretically an opposition party can win and rule the country? Theoretically yes, but practically it's a tall order. Unless the ruling party in Singapore does what their counterparts in Malaysia did & loosen up things to the point of losing control, I doubt we'd see a different party ruling...Jump to post
British humour is an acquired taste. I never understood the humour of Monty Python (what's so funny about their Spanish Inquisition skit?) and I find Blackadder to be mean spirited among others.
I do like Mr. Bean though, as well as Mitchell & Webb and Fry & Laurie in moderation.
ChrisKen wrote:StarAC17 wrote:If you want good racing
in Monaco, watch Formula E.
Corrected it for you. miles ahead of Formula Snore and it's jury-rigged, poorly stage managed, manufactured "excitement".
For US members, look at his program if you want to really see what "far left" is, and realize Biden is as far away from that as anyone : https://melenchon2022.fr/programme/version-courte/ (use google translate, it works OK). I always consider myself to be a conservative but reading throug...Jump to post
Three races on I think the cars have clearly improved racing. There had been more overtakes in this year's Australian GP than the last three races there combined! Granted, it's not a fight for the lead (Ferrari just romped away this time), but the midfield bunching up sure looks exciting. https://ww...Jump to post
“Accept certain inalienable truths, prices will rise, politicians will philander, you too will get old, and when you do you'll fantasize that when you were young prices were reasonable, politicians were noble and children respected their elders.” - Mary Schmich. Later made into the song Everybody's ...Jump to post
F1 went to South Africa at the height of apartheid, went to China & Singapore, both of which is well known for its lack of human rights, and has three races in the US which had committed its own human rights abuses. Let's not pretend that the human rights issues in Singapore or the USA are in a...Jump to post
Las Vegas returns in 2023, it feels like the 1980s, what with America having three races on the calendar. Thankfully, it won't be run in a carpark this time. And it will be a race on Saturday night. Finally, an American race where Asians, Australians & New Zealanders can watch at a decent time! ...Jump to post
I know it’s apparently real but seemed so staged to me. He was laughing at the joke then stands up and very weakly hits Chris Rock, who barely flinches and has no visible signs of being hit. And they let Smith just proceed to sit down and then win the Oscar and start a speech about playing someone ...Jump to post
F1 went to South Africa at the height of apartheid, went to China & Singapore, both of which is well known for its lack of human rights, and has three races in the US which had committed its own human rights abuses. It's quite hypocritical then that some are protesting about having a race in Sau...Jump to post
Malaysia Airlines & the 737. 50 years since 1972, and will continue on with the new MAX lease arriving next year.
It will be even longer if you consider its predecessor, Malaysia-Singapore Airlines. They were the one of 3 airlines that bought the 737-100 new.
They are a flawed democracy. They lack a meaningful opposition, as 80% of seats in parliament are held by the ruling party. Furthermore, the ruling party have in the past resorted to actions such as defamation suits to try and silence opposition, by basically bankrupting them and disqualifying them ...Jump to post
Interesting that Verstappen is able to race with Leclerc cleanly. Perhaps it's evidence that last year's contretemps were caused by the other side instead of the Red Bull? You'd have a point if only one of the protagonists had been penalised for all their clashes, but since that wasn't the case.......Jump to post
And though I think you are mainly right here, the other problem I have with this issue is... Trans athletes are something that Republican state legislatures really want us to care about, but let's look at the list of other things Republican state legislatures really want us to care about: -Voter fr...Jump to post
As we have discussed previously about MH, they need a coherent go-forward plan. Despite the government bailout, I have no idea what this plan is, even though I live in Malaysia. IMHO they need a plan to tackle AirAsia - at least on domestic and some regional flying - and they need to address the co...Jump to post
To retain LHR slots, MH will resume double daily service on June 30th. Currently, it offers 5x weekly service. Seems like a $$ waste to me. Malaysia is opening its borders on April 1. I would think the hoardes of Malaysians that often travel to the UK for summer will be ready to go. Plus BA has pul...Jump to post
Pierre Gasly is giving the new cars a thumbs up in terms of racing capabilities. So are we going to get more exciting races, especially for the first one this Sunday? I sure hope so! https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/article.gasly-says-battle-with-hamilton-on-day-3-of-bahrain-testing-shows-2022-car...Jump to post
Not sure about how it can be seen as "Japanese racism and pride" when their local criminals also receive same treatment Sure it is something that needs improvement, yet when one is being treated as poorly just as others in the country, I can't see how that constitute racism. I'm not talki...Jump to post
It's true that crime doesn't pay, but when there's injustice, you have to do what's right even if it's criminal. Having read about the Ghosn's treatment by the Japanese legal system, I feel that he's right to escape like that. To me, his ouster stinks of Japanese racism & pride (it's quite suspe...Jump to post
Considering that Anwar Ibrahim had taken over the Malaysian government through elections in 2018, his party would have exposed everything about the previous government's misdeeds. The fact that we've not seen anything about this makes the theory of Zaharie negotiating with the Malaysian government ...Jump to post
An interesting surprise from Haas - Kevin "Suck My Balls" Magnussen returns to replace Mazepin!
I guess they realized they needed an experienced racer to help develop the car.
https://www.haasf1team.com/news/kevin-m ... as-f1-team
Negotiation theory I find difficult given the time. It was 2-3am Malaysian time while MH370 was doing the turns over the Andaman Sea. Plus if it was the case, surely something would have leaked by now given all who would be involved, even at that hour. Indeed. Considering that Anwar Ibrahim had tak...Jump to post
Here in Malaysia, thanks to subsidies it's $0.49 per litre for regular & $0.82 per litre for premium petrol. For diesel, it's $0.51 per litre for regular, and $0.56 per litre for premium. Even so, some of us do feel the pinch - instead of driving a car to work some people chose to ride their two...Jump to post
I get all the hate for Manchester United. So successful for so long, but mediocre at best in the post-SAF era. Heck, fellow fans are frustrated right now. But back to the topic of who is my least favo(u)rite team, it has to be the red team from the Beatles hometown. I can't even bring myself to typ...Jump to post
And in a much stronger move after their initial (IMHO) weak response, the FIA has now terminated the Russian GP contract, meaning not only is this years race cancelled, but all future ones as well. It will be some time before F1 ever returns to Russia. https://www.planetf1.com/news/russian-grand-pr...Jump to post
The Ukrainians seems to be using the destruction of the Mriya as a uniting call in the fight against Russia.
According to Transport Canada, this shouldn't have happened.
https://twitter.com/Transport_gc/status ... 7702914064
Still months away, but I'm guessing the September Russian GP is likely in jeopardy. It should be dropped from the schedule immediately. Let's go to Turkey instead. Malaysia please ) Realistically, not going to happen. There will be such a big backlash that I doubt the Malaysian government would eve...Jump to post
What needs to happen in F1 is that there is real passing in races, not a parade set by the fastest lap times in qualifying. That is one reason I like the USA's Indy Car racing, especially on road circuits. That's what the new regulations are for, to reduce the dirty air from the cars' aerodynamics ...Jump to post
Day one of testing completed. Here's a few select coverage from F1 Jolyon Palmer's first impressions - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8aRiyvM9kx8 Best bit of Day 1 testing - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJbVYG50Pxw&t=234s Leclerc tops the leaderboard, but of course testing doesn't prove much...Jump to post