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Re: The Kimi Rally Monster Cool Lounge

Post by sleenster » 29 Mar 2011, 15:44

Mar wrote:This is from OfficeLinebacker, one of the guys in the AS forum:

First off, this Gillett guy, I think he has a pretty bad reputation now in NASCAR. He's been involved in a big controversy as far as his relationship with Richard Petty, perhaps the most famous Ex-NASCAR (and by far the most successful ever), as far as not meeting financial obligations and having to declare bankruptcy. I forget the details but this is the LAST guy a newcomer to NASCAR should associate with, IMO.

Oh the news just keeps getting better and better :roll::

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Post by Kriss » 29 Mar 2011, 15:47

will he drive a Ford there ? :lol:

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Post by Kriss » 29 Mar 2011, 15:49

I don't want to learn a new sport [help] [help]

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Post by sleenster » 29 Mar 2011, 15:50

Kriss wrote:I don't want to learn a new sport [help] [help]

I refuse to :p

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Post by mimozka » 29 Mar 2011, 15:53

How will I follow his races in Nascar, when they are not broadcasted in my country ??? :(
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Post by Mar » 29 Mar 2011, 15:54

Kriss wrote:I don't want to learn a new sport [help] [help]

I watch it sometimes and usually follow the live-timings (I like Montoya :blush: ) and I keep thinking it's a very weird motorsport

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Post by mimozka » 29 Mar 2011, 15:55

Mar wrote:
Kriss wrote:I don't want to learn a new sport [help] [help]

I watch it sometimes and usually follow the live-timings (I like Montoya :blush: ) and I keep thinking it's a very weird motorsport

Where do you watch them ?
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Post by Kriss » 29 Mar 2011, 15:55

sleenster wrote:
Kriss wrote:I don't want to learn a new sport [help] [help]

I refuse to :p



this will be crazy, really
Kimi will be travelling to the US on his free weekends :huh:
what about testing, the motor team, getting up early, jetlegs etc. :huh:
is he stupid :huh:
was he kicked out of his home and has to be on the move constantly :huh:

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Post by Vers » 29 Mar 2011, 15:55

mimozka wrote:
Vers wrote:
mimozka wrote:Stupid decision, Kimi


Why?

Kimi has two years in WRC, which means 2 years of learning, getting to know the surface, the car, the team, everything and why??? to go to nascar-different driving format, where he must spend 2 years of adapting to everything and maybe when he will be experienced enough he will consider going to motogp or motocross... when you compete somewhere you do it because you want to be the winner-the world champion, why then you spend time to prepare yourself for something, when you are going to quit it??? I dont find any sense in this.


I don't think he is going to quit rallying anytime soon.

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Post by Mar » 29 Mar 2011, 15:56

mimozka wrote:How will I follow his races in Nascar, when they are not broadcasted in my country ??? :(

If you have satellite and can catch Astra, they show the races on ServusTV (I think on Mondays) on free TV.
There's a free live-timing and ticker in the official webpage of Nascar, and if you pay a little you can even follow the radio of the dirver you choose.

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Post by mimozka » 29 Mar 2011, 15:56

Kriss wrote:
sleenster wrote:
Kriss wrote:I don't want to learn a new sport [help] [help]

I refuse to :p



this will be crazy, really
Kimi will be travelling to the US on his free weekends :huh:
what about testing, the motor team, getting up early, jetlegs etc. :huh:
is he stupid :huh:
was he kicked out of his home and has to be on the move constantly :huh:

Maybe he will move to live in US.. :(
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Post by Kriss » 29 Mar 2011, 15:57

mimozka wrote:
Mar wrote:
Kriss wrote:I don't want to learn a new sport [help] [help]

I watch it sometimes and usually follow the live-timings (I like Montoya :blush: ) and I keep thinking it's a very weird motorsport

Where do you watch them ?


there are planty of livestreams but I've never watched a single Nascar race :blush:

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Post by Mar » 29 Mar 2011, 15:58

mimozka wrote:
Kriss wrote:
sleenster wrote:
Kriss wrote:I don't want to learn a new sport [help] [help]

I refuse to :p



this will be crazy, really
Kimi will be travelling to the US on his free weekends :huh:
what about testing, the motor team, getting up early, jetlegs etc. :huh:
is he stupid :huh:
was he kicked out of his home and has to be on the move constantly :huh:

Maybe he will move to live in US.. :(


How is his marriage going? Does anybody knows?

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Re: The Kimi Rally Monster Cool Lounge

Post by sleenster » 29 Mar 2011, 15:59

Kriss wrote:
sleenster wrote:
Kriss wrote:I don't want to learn a new sport [help] [help]

I refuse to :p



this will be crazy, really
Kimi will be travelling to the US on his free weekends :huh:
what about testing, the motor team, getting up early, jetlegs etc. :huh:
is he stupid :huh:
was he kicked out of his home and has to be on the move constantly :huh:


It's official then, he has gone mad :lol:

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Re: The Kimi Rally Monster Cool Lounge

Post by mimozka » 29 Mar 2011, 16:00

Mar wrote:
mimozka wrote:
Kriss wrote:
sleenster wrote:
Kriss wrote:I don't want to learn a new sport [help] [help]

I refuse to :p



this will be crazy, really
Kimi will be travelling to the US on his free weekends :huh:
what about testing, the motor team, getting up early, jetlegs etc. :huh:
is he stupid :huh:
was he kicked out of his home and has to be on the move constantly :huh:

Maybe he will move to live in US.. :(


How is his marriage going? Does anybody knows?

I think his marriage is ok. I even heard that Jenni might be pregnant.But I think it's just rumors
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