Simona is logged in. Originally posted as a girl. Reblogged 20 times. Tracking Aesthetics at Charles University in Prague.
Also, if you think you love Nutella more than I do, try again.
I run this second blog about Fermulah 1 too.
I AM A SAILOR, I LIVE ON SHIPS. My bromance fleet: Sebson, Martian, Simi, Sebeikki, Butter, Webbonso, Hamberg, Feb, Sebaime, Hamonso. If you do not have a clue what I am talking about, you are pretty lucky person and you should RUN, RUN AND NEVER COME BACK.
Do like: Formula 1.
KARATE KID SEB, RAIVODKEN & JENSE are my holy trinity.
I AM AMBITIOUS BUT RUBBISH.
Following the Spanish GP:
- Sebastian Vettel - 89 points.
- Kimi Raikkonen - 85 points.
- Fernando Alonso - 72 points.
- Lewis Hamilton - 50 points.
- Felipe Massa - 45 points.
- Mark Webber - 42 points.
- Romain Grosjean - 26 points.
- Paul di Resta - 26 points.
- Nico Rosberg - 22 points.
- Jenson Button - 17 points.
- Sergio Perez - 12 points.
- Daniel Ricciardo - 7 points.
- Adrian Sutil - 6 points.
- Nico Hulkenberg - 5 points.
- Jean-Eric Vergne - 1 point.
Rest are without points.
MAKE ALLLLLL THE PITSTOPS
USE ALLLLLLL THE TYRES
plot twist: spanish gp 2013 is the final race of season 2013 since no tyres are left for other gps and pirelli have no time producing more because all the money and time were invested in research called ‘This Tyre Compoud Is Not Shit Enough’
Many know of Ayrton Senna’s great mastery of driving Formula 1 cars extremely well and flamboyantly in the wet.
The truth was that Ayrton was terrible in the rain when he was younger. He would win every competition or race in the dry, but when it rained, he was completely miserable at it.
Absolutely fed up with his results in the rain, Ayrton would sit by his local karting circuit, just waiting for it to rain. He’d spend hours in the wet, often coming home drenched and soaking wet. While every other driver sought shelter in the wet, Ayrton was the first to get out there and drive.
Gerhard Berger, Ferrari, Spa-Francorchamps, Belgian Grand Prix 1995.