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Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by Paul Jeffrey, Jul 10, 2019 at 21:03.
Huh... I wonder who they remind me of...
I mean, I've done this:
That. Is. Hilarious.
if they do get cheeky enough to get Whyte on board I might actually watch F1 again. I'd enjoy that.
I mean really, even if they tweeted something like
"OH FVCK we lost the court case and we have to terminate the contract with HAAS because we are too poor. We still wish Haas best of luck and please try our drinks. We hope we can earn the money back and one day put the black and gold on the car again."
It would be million times better than the tweets they actually posted.
I hope Red Bull sponsors Haas for the rest of the season just to give Rich Energy the middle finger...
More like Haas ditched Rich Energy
Once a williams didn't finish in the last two places they produce a revolution in other team. That is what I call influence.
At Rich Energy....ignorance is bliss.
Whyte Bikes Haas F1 Team possible?!
Now Haas have poor energy... (
I love how on all the hand-shake press photos with him, he's leaning his whole body towards big CEOs, government figures or even some random people, while they are feeling dizzy and try to stay away as much as possible.
do you have a link to a story here? enjoy the drama
You're all mocking Rich Energy, but it's important to remember that they have attained something that most in F1 spend their lives working towards: consistency!
They're consistently classless
They're consistently full of shite
They're consistently making fools of themselves
They're consistently clueless
Not bad for a fizzy drink manufacturer
Huh... I'd argue that one of the few things F1 has going for it in 2019 is that it is a model of machine-like consistency:
The stewards are consistently myopic and arbitrary.
The races are consistently boring.
The results are consistently predictable.
The tracks are consistently soulless.
The off-track drama is consistently irritating.
The European coverage is consistently fawning and sycophantic.
The American coverage is consistently useless and disappointing. (Miss you, Hobbsey. Sky's feed is terrible.)
The entire spectacle is consistently played out.
At least we get the occasional low-IQ head of a shell corporation to bring us some entertainment like this. Heck of a lot more fun than Baku.
You can find the short version here
What do you expect from a financer that makes his money with p*rn websites.
Never seen a can of Rich Energy for sale in my life.
How they came up that they are the 3rd largest energy drink brand in the world is still a mystery.
Anybody can say anything, and the bigger the lie, the more people are going to believe it (or at least pick up on it). Mankind be mankind.
Still think it's some sort of financial scam Haas got caught up in.
Like Günther openend a e-mail from a African prince that claimed he had many millions he needed to get out of the country. So they set up a brand for it.
Definitely in the realm of possibilities. The more money involved, the faster it gets shady and the financial constructions are opaque.
Btw more autosportfans talked about this company for a while here: