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Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by Shane Butler, Jan 15, 2013.
I can't help but read that in Murray Walker's voice.
Couldn't help but think this thing when solving a physics problem
When you start seeing the rubbered line on public roads
When you care only about 3.370 km of Monaco and this part of the city
Whenever something historical is mentioned on the TV between 1950 and the present, you automatically relate it to the F1 year.
eg: Man Landing on the moon in 1969 (Jackie Stewart champion for the first time)
Person A: Hey, how do you renember what happened in 1969?
Person B: Oh yes, in that year Jackie Stewart won his first WDC!
Same goes for me in geography. I was learning about eastern Asian mountain ranges, came across Fuji... Need I say more?
When you keep finding ideas to answer this thread, while everyone else is struggling to do so
When you relate every country to F1....
When instead of counting sheep, you count F1 cars going through Eau Rouge
When all backgrounds and lock screens are pictures of Silverstone and you waving at Lewis at the GP
When everyday situation you relate it to F1 experience or way of doing things
EX. You like a girl but she is hard...
- She is hard? Ill find a way around ill push and ill conquer her
When you cut apexes while walking in the street
I tried that, but it stopped after Maldonado each time
When you hear about Dopplers effect, but it all becomes too simple when you think about this:
Doppler effect was so easy for me to understand when I first started learning about it in physics.
Exam question: Describe the Doppler effect.
When you know who this guy is: Theodore Joseph Nathaniel Slotover
Do you know him? Cheating not allowed.
The founder of that Theodore team?
lol... that's a pitlane reporter. Ted Kravitz