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Schumacheresque - adj.

To undeservedly win a WDC only as a result of having the best car on the grid.

e.g. Button's 2009 WDC was Schumacheresque, or, Vettel's four consecutive WDC's were Schumacheresque.

Road of Bones

MTC Mole
Lewish (adj, n):

1) Descriptive of an argument that reiterates itself ad nauseam
2) The desire to better one's previous achievements, in spite of insurmountable barriers (e.g. teammate duplicity, mechanical instability, relationship wobbles, canine perambulatory duties, etc...)


Here be dragons.
Fair and square - adv

1 - a term applied to a racing situation which one deems to be dubious.
2 - as above, but being derogatory to a driver who is not favoured
3 - questioning the probity of a past champion


Rooters Reporter
Kvyat (v) Specialist F1 term applicable to ignoring the physical distress of a driver in physical distress because his distress is being ignored.
Kvyated (adj) Specialist F1 term applicable to a driver whose condition is kind-of acknowledged by his engineers but left entreated.
Kvyhydrated (adj) A consequence of being Kvyated via deprivation of H2O
Kvyhydration (n) The cause of being Kvyated in the first place.
Kvyatigue (n) suffering from fatigue due to being Kvyated
Kvyatigued (adj) The consequence of being Kvyated
Kvyadeaded (adj) The ultimate consequence for any poor bugger suffering from Kvyating.

Authors note: I've forgotten WTF verbs, adjectives and all those other grammatical doodads actually mean!


Parts of speech 101
  • Nouns name persons, places, things, ideas, or qualities, e.g., Franklin, boy, Yangtze River, shoreline, Bible, desk, fear, happiness.
  • Pronouns usually substitute for nouns and function as nouns, e.g., I, you, he, she, it, we, they, myself, this, that, who, which, everyone.
  • Verbs express actions, occurrences, or states of being, e.g., be, become, bunt, inflate, run.
  • Adjectives describe or modify nouns or pronouns, e.g., gentle, helpful, small.
  • Adverbs describe or modify verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs, e.g., almost, gently, helpfully, someday.
There are other parts of speech such as;
  • Prepositions
  • Conjunctions
  • Interjections
But I can't be arsed to get into them now and there are new ones coming along all the time such as;
  • infixations where a word is inserted inside another word such as con****inggratulations


Race Winner
'Mclaren1988' (v)
1 - To dominate a season as a team in such a way that makes the others seem obsolete, but allowing your drivers to compete for the WDC:
"Mercedes really Mclaren1988ed this season"

'AbuDouble' (n)
1 - A race at the end of the year which overshadows the entire season due to a stupid gimmick caused by the egomaniacal nature of the sport's 'owner':
"I hope there is never another 'AbuDouble'"

Massa (v)
1 - To complain incessantly over the team radio that track conditions are too wet and dangerous, despite only having intermediate tyres on:
"He should stop Massaing and concentrate on his driving"


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Some new entries:

Verstopping (v)
1. To stop suddenly as a result of a collision with a front-runner.
2. To remain steadfast in the face of criticism.

Versthappen (v)
1. To occur at an unusually young age.

Nicosteer (n)
1. Steering issue to force the car to go straight esp. when another car is on the outside of the corner.

1 (n) A U-turn in instructions to a manufacturer based on prolonged criticism.
2 (v) To change your instructions to a contractor based on prolonged criticism.

Haryantoh (n)
1. A career that virtually disappears overnight.

Rostirement (n)
1. Sudden, unexpected departure after great success.
(See: to Rostire)

Malayse (n)
1. A discussion of an entire sporting event or season reduced to a tedious and recurring statement that one moment alone was responsible.

Hondaaargh (n)
1. Screams amongst a team saddled with an awful integral component to their machinery.

ReTAG (v)
1. To change the label in your product to stop a client publically criticising it esp. if the client is an ungrateful bastard.

Shoey (n)
1. Drink from a shoe.
2. German septuple champion.

Riccihard (adj)
1. When your victory in a competitive environment against a colleague makes no difference to your comparative reputations.

eToro (n)
1. A racing driver who has left the Red Bull system and ended up in Formula E.

Ericsstatic (adj)
1. Stuck in a position by connections to the boss.

Vandoormant (adj)
1. Sat out despite extraordinary talent because there are no positions left at a committed employer.
2. A low point score that cannot be increased due to inactivity.
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