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  • The Scariest Race Tracks in the World
    again to race in the World Endurance Championship When you have the chance to do something this exciting then you don t think twice said the Porsche driver about his undying love for the sport The 40 year old has seen his fair share over the years and more importantly driven But what are the most dangerous tracks in the world The one s even an experienced driver like Webber gets nervous about Here is his top 5 1 Nürburgring Nordschleife 13 miles of up and downhill madness The course is narrower than you think as well and every mistake is brutally punished You need to use every last drop of experience to master this one but don t forget to trust your driver s instinct Sports Mark Webber Former Formula One star Mark Webber tests a prototype Porsche 911 GT3 RS Mark Webbers tests out the new Porsche 911 GT3 RS at the legendary Nürburgring Nordschleife Advertising 2 Spa Francorchamps 4 and a half miles of majestic racing in the Ardennes Expect rain and watch out for the Eau Rouge corner This one will really test your mettle as a driver 3 Suzuka What makes this 3 6 mile track in Japan so special Its curves The figure of eight design changes the radius of the corners ever so slightly and can prove to be a real challenge for inexperienced drivers Felipe Massa is involved in a spectacular crash at Suzuka while driving for Ferrari in 2010 Ker Robertson Getty Images 4 Le Mans The Circuit de la Sarthe as the 8 mile long semi permanent track most famous as the venue for the 24 hours of Le Mans race is called is always good for dramatic crashes And these still continue to happen even though the Mulsanne straight

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  • The far-flung future of Formula 1
    Sports The far flung future of Formula 1 Illustrations Martin Udovicic Home Sports The far flung future of Formula 1 Flying race tracks overweight drivers and ghosts in the machine is this the future of Formula 1 Motorsport Formula 1 Formula one is the pinnacle of motorsport technology and like any pinnacle it should be too pointy and uncomfortable to sit on So what will the apex predators be driving in the far flung future We ve taken a deep and not entirely serious dive into the possible future of the sport and found some very interesting possibilities Advertising Flying Race Track Fed up with expensive freight and boring circuits Here s the answer the genuine flyaway race track a moveable feast complete with enthusiastic holographic spectators Ghost in the Machine The ghost car is popular in everything from GT5 to Mario Kart so it s a no brainer to introduce it to F1 Boring season dominated by one team No problem Let s see how you do against the class of 2004 Heads up Display F1 is an information game and in the future helmets will beam data directly onto the retina Invented by geniuses for enhanced performance used by drivers for texting grid girls and playing Angry Birds Overweight Drivers Socially responsible F1 needs to better mimic real world driving so expect chassis built to accommodate the larger gentleman You know like the MP4 10B Slot car race The most dangerous part of the car is the nut behind the wheel So take him out and control your state of the art F1 car from the pit wall Get the best stories from The Red Bulletin SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER Advertising Motorsport Formula 1 08 2015 The Red Bulletin Recommended articles Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle

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  • An interview with a replaceable driver
    Samsung be racing in the F1 in the year 2030 Advertising Q Well it was an amazing race From the outside it looked pretty controlled but I can tell that it was no picnic for you today What the drivers say Yeah it was a tough race I didn t get away cleanly at the start and obviously as a team we ll be looking into what happened there That allowed my team mate to get alongside me It was close but I was able to hold him off and stayed in the lead What they really mean Yeah tough race I didn t get away cleanly Obviously as a team we ll be acceding to my demand to fire the guy who set the bite point It allowed my team mate to get alongside me It was close close enough that I was forced to attempt to put him in the wall but you know rubbin is racin Marcos Ferro Red Bull Content Pool Q You were able to pull out a bit of a gap in the first stint but then your team mate came back How close was it What the drivers say It was fine It s true that I wasn t totally comfortable on the prime across the weekend but I ve always been pretty quick around this place no matter what so I always felt like I had something in reserve What they really mean Bloody close I was screaming on the radio but I m the number one I AM THE NUMBER ONE make him go away It took them at least two laps to look at my contract and the amount of money they re paying to ask him to back off Advertising Q Your car looked good throughout Was it a pleasure to drive today What the drivers say Absolutely you know my guys here have done a phenomenal job all weekend to give me the best car possible and I d like to thank them for all their efforts Of course we couldn t do it without all the hard work that s gone on back at the factory The guys there have done an amazing job too Our engine partners have been superb as well and the tyres fantastic Well the next race is next week so maybe just a small celebration with the team and then it s straight back to work for the next one What they really mean Absolutely My guys you know the one with the haircut and that guy with the funny tattoo of a horse and a nun did some err stuff this weekend that you know seemed alright Yes I tore all four corners off the car with that little shunt on Friday afternoon but after working through the night they managed to get me out in time for FP3 And the guys at the factory incredible I have no idea who they are or where the factory is but I m

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  • Tragic Sports Records
    undone by their local rivals the record for the fastest red card in history is held by Uruguayan José Batista who saw red after just 56 seconds against Scotland at the 1986 World Cup A little piece of World Cup history José Batista s red card after just 56 seconds Juan Pedro Acosta YouTube Advertising THE WORST NASCAR DRIVER JD McDuffie competed for 28 years without one win though he did become a crowd favourite THE WORST NBA TEAM The Charlotte Bobcats went through the 2011 12 season recording just seven wins in 66 matches breaking an almost 40 year old record It s not all bad though the record for the most defeats is still held by the Philadelphia 76ers This didn t do much to cheer up Charlottes owner basketball legend Michael Jordan Everyone wants to write history but not like this Ex Bobcats player Matt Carroll THE MOST DREADFUL FORMULA 1 DRIVER There have been plenty of average drivers over the years but there is one driver who is regarded as the worst of all time by experts and fans alike Chanoch Nissany The Israeli drove only once in his short career and that was at the sprightly age of 42 crashing his Minardi in a very brief Friday afternoon training session There was still more to come as the driver had to remain seated while his car was craned to safety Why He didn t know how to remove the steering wheel THE WORST OLYMPIANS The eel and the eagle have their own special place in the history of The Olympic Games We re talking of course about British ski jumper Michael Eddie The Eagle Edwards and Equatorial Guinea s luckless swimmer Eric The Eel Moussambani The two athletes were met with roaring applause from the fans despite failing miserably as they proved that it s the taking part that counts Magic Moment Eric Moussambani is cheered on to the end as he struggles to finish the 100 metres finally finishing one minute slower than the quickest time TICE123 Youtube Advertising THE BIGGEST FOOTBALL DEFEAT Australia hold the record for an official international match after treating American Samoa to a 31 0 hiding during the 2002 World Cup qualification There have been bigger defeats though a match in the Madagascan league between SO l Emyrne and AS Adema ended 0 149 All of the goals were scored by the home team as they found the back of their own net one hundred and forty nine times out of protest towards a refereeing decision THE MOST SUCCESSFUL LOSER Anna Kournikova is still one of the most famous sportspeople in the world even ten years after retiring from tennis Is this because of her success on the WTA tour No chance The Russian bombshell failed to win one major trophy on the singles circuit in nine years This was still enough to be crowned World Number 1 at one stage in her career and it was also enough

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  • Meet Maria Teresa de Filippis, the first woman in F1
    of all time Tazio Nuvolari and if I remember rightly he was driving in his last ever race Of course there was prejudice along the lines of what s that woman doing here But between 1949 and 1953 I had a number of wins in a Fiat Giannini sportscar In 1954 I came second in the Giro di Sicilia road race at which point Maserati noticed me and in 1955 they gave me a factory car And I managed to live up to their expectations I came ninth in the Targa Florio and third in the 10 Hours of Messina in a Maserati A6GCS In 1956 I raced in the Mille Miglia the 1 000km of Monza and the 1 000km of Buenos Aires where I had an accident By 1958 I was well established in motor racing My nickname was pilotina I bought myself a Maserati 250F I was lucky I could afford one The Maserati 250F was after all the car Fangio had won his fifth world championship in the previous year Were you friendly with Fangio He virtually took me under his wing He kept warning me not to take such risks Italian racing driver Maria Teresa de Filippis with her collection of trophies circa 1958 What was your Grand Prix track record I came fifth in the Syracuse Grand Prix on a particularly dangerous road racing course I had engine trouble at Monaco At the European Grand Prix in Spa Francorchamps I came 10th I was in fifth place at Monza but retired 12 laps before the end I sold the Formula One Maserati in late 1958 to Giorgio Scarlatti Back then Formula One was still a matter of life and death I lost two of my closest friends In 1958 Luigi Musso was killed in

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  • Formula 1 | The Red Bulletin
    South Africa South Korea Switzerland United Kingdom United States de en es fr Menu The Red Bulletin Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Follow us via Facebook Follow us via Instagram Subscribe for the Newsletter Search Search Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Home Formula 1 Formula 1 19 articles found Sports F1 s secret twins Separated at birth One twin became a hollywood star The other drove cars Sports Earl Bamber The rising star in the LMP1 category of the World Endurance Championship Sports Photos of the month The best photos from around the world Sports Meet Carlos Sainz what do we really know about Carlos Sainz He gives us a snapshot Lifestyle Save the date This is what you should be doing this month Load more Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Country editions Austria France Germany International Ireland Mexico South Africa South Korea Switzerland United Kingdom United States International editions de en es fr Follow us Facebook Instagram Newsletter Rss How to get In your country Subscribe App E paper About Contact More Products Print Servus in Stadt Land Bergwelten Terra Mater Seitenblicke ICH

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  • Breakdance | The Red Bulletin
    Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Home Breakdance Breakdance 3 articles found Bullevard Best of 2015 The biggest hits The best events The greatest photos Sports A class B Boy B Boy Toufeeq s rise from obscurity has been meteoric Sports BREAKING OUT B Boy Toufeeq shares his six tips for B boying success Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Country editions Austria France Germany International Ireland

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  • Icehockey | The Red Bulletin
    Newsletter Search Search Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Latest articles Recommended articles Tags Home Icehockey Icehockey One article found Bullevard Best of 2015 The biggest hits The best events The greatest photos Back To top Sports Culture Lifestyle Bullevard Country editions Austria France Germany International Ireland Mexico South Africa South Korea Switzerland United Kingdom United States International editions de en

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