Discussion in 'Formula One Discussion' started by KekeTheKing, Dec 9, 2010.
Shame it ^^^^ isn't about a current team. That would make for a good caption competition.
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Still smoking; so no cycling for me...
Never see anyone smoking Gaulious or Camel these days. Very distinctive aroma and taste with both; same with Sobrane: But they were closer to cat piss on both counts
I wonder if I' d even be allowed to openly carry it in public these days if I still had it? From a strictly legal point of view robably not actually...
Luckies or Camel.
But only a few months to go before the blank packaging takes over. May be a good thing for our health but the end of an era.
Sorry, but I'm an unreformed smoker who knows it's time to stop. I'm also a closet romantic with an unhealthy streak of nostalgia in his veins.
Bugger, I've smoked my way through a hundred brands around the world; guess it's time for some fresh air again
Graham climbs from wrecked car at 1969 Spanish GP (before cranes removed wrecked cars)
Jochen Rindt (Graham's teammate) after hitting Graham's wrecked car.
Because lucky strike means fine tobacco. I loved the unfiltered proper American ones, only needed to smoke a couple a day to totally ruin myself though!
Quite correct. There were several other wrecks in the race caused by the high-mounted airfoils becoming unstable due to turbulence in traffic (some wing struts even broke). This was the race that precipitated the banning of the high strut-mounted wings.
The unsuccessful, awd 63.
He designed some great sports cars and some total camels.
As he put it so well "if you are not winning, you are not trying"
The Eagle (IMO the most beautiful F1 car ever) at the Ring in 1966. Notice off to the right.a sedan that crashed in one of the preliminary races and was never removed. Those were VERY different times!
Now THESE are marbles...
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