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Hopefully this will become a comprehensive list of usefull motoring and motor racing websites....
know about one i dont? feel free to add it in a reply..
http://www.minardi.it/eng/ Minardi team official website
hehe that Sniff Petrol is a class site, I almost wet myself when reading one of the stories on Mika Hakkinen buying 'Crazy Shreddies' or something and where he said he'd stretch them over his helmet during a race LOL!
did you see the "hardcore" MG adverts on there?
published in response to Rover saying they wanted a "hard" image for the MG brand...
"MG ZT - It`s shagged your sister"
or better still this Gem :-
'Fire engine manufacturer,Dennis, have released a statement to the press denying involvement in a future F1 project. Managing Director, Ron Mclaren blamed the mix up on a "Monumental Typo" '
This is quoted from Sniff Petrol:
HAKKINEN SMASHES 'BORING' BLAST WITH RADICAL PANTS PURCHASE
Not-as-good-as-he-used-to-be F1 driver Mika Hakkinen has answered critics who accuse him of being dull by buying a pair of comedy underpants. The red cotton Y-fronts were bought from an Everything For 10F stall on Monaco market and have the words "Beware the beast" written on the front. "This proves once and for all that I am a crazy guy," claims the Finnish driver. Sadly, McLaren team boss Ron Dennis says the humourous undercrackers cannot be worn during a race because fire proofing them would be "technically very challenging". This won't stop the wildly freestyling Hakkinen who has a more zany idea: "I am going to stretch the pants over my helmet and will be able to see the track through the genital access flap in the front" he says. "This will give a new meaning to the problem of flies obscuring my visor" the blonde racer quipped, after a 55 minute script meeting with his manager.
from Sniff Petrol.com (http://www.sniffpetrol.com/)
crazy website - go read all the archives , there are many many more gems to be found :D
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