Monthly Archives: July 2019

F1 Book Club – Round 12 – Hungary

So, we’ve reached the last book before the F1 summer break.

Book 12. Hungary.

And this time I chose ‘Metropole’ by Ferenc Karinthy.

But what did I think?
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Top 10 Funniest Tweet Awards – German Grand Prix 2019

Oh. My. God! What a race!

Did you all enjoy that?

For the third race running we’ve been treated to an absolute blinder, and this time we had the added bonus of rain.

Hockenheim 2019 will certainly go down in the history books as one of the best. And, if this is to be the last German Grand Prix, for a while at least, it certainly went out with a bang! (In some cases, literally)

But without further ado, here are the Top 10 Funniest Tweet Awards fof the German Grand Prix 2019: Continue reading

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F1 Bake Off – Round 11 – Germany

Another Formula 1 race, another Bake Off.

I found so many great tortes for the German Bake Off, I was spoilt for choice. My favourite, just for the name alone, was Beinenstich Kuchen or Bee Sting Cake, but I had to discount that one as it had nuts in … and small boy has a slight allergy.

So in the end I plumped for ‘Alexander Torte’, which is an East German cake that has its roots in Latvia.

I can tell you this is definitely worth baking. Continue reading

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F1 Book Club – Round 11 – Germany

I have wanted to read ‘Death in Venice’ for ages.

I had the film on video for years and never got round to watching it … loved Dirk Bogarde films, just never managed to find time to watch this film.

So, when I thought about doing the F1 Book Club, I thought it would be a perfect opportunity for me to read ‘Death in Venice’.

But what did I think? Continue reading

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Rich Energy and a series of unfortunate tweets

Once upon a time a young boy had a dream to take over the
energy drink marketplace.

Fast forward a few decades and that same young boy found
himself CEO of an energy drink company and signing on the dotted line to become
a title sponsor for a Formula 1 team. Continue reading

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Top 10 Funniest Tweet Awards – ‘Haas Special’ – British Grand Prix 2019

With a double DNF, a race and a week they’s rather forget, Haas F1 deserve a Top 10 all their own.

So without further ado, here is the Haas Special Edition Funniest Tweet Awards. Continue reading

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Top 10 Funniest Tweet Awards – British Grand Prix 2019

For the second race in a row, all I can say is: “WOW!” How was that for a thrilling race? Full of wheel-to-wheel racing up and down the field. Sure, there were a few spills along the way, but that … Continue reading

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