The list of true heroes in sport is dwindling. But there is still at least one man who represents sportsmanship, perseverance, and the undying will to win. There is still at least one true hero, one true role model for future generations.
Happy Birthday, Alex Zanardi.
30 Day F1 Challenge: Day 28 - The best race you’ve ever seen.
Canada 2011 was pretty great, in fact I love Canada most seasons.
Mine was clearly USA 2005
I mean, I’m so glad I paid money to see that instant classic
What happened to Button’s Movember ‘stache?
Is he let it grow out into a beard now? I was hoping he’d try for a Mansell.
Better question. What happened to moustaches in racing, in general?
Atlanta has a one game lead on the St. Louis Cardinals with four games remaining. In the next three games they’ll face Cliff Lee Cole Hamels and Roy Oswalt…ouch
Sucks to be the Phillies.
Michael Schumacher: Consumate Racer or 4-Wheeled Thug?
"There will be a lot of debate as to whether Schumacher crossed over some imaginary line of what is acceptable and what constitutes poor sportsmanship.
"Certainly team principal, Ross Brawn, was concerned that Schumacher was flirting with what was acceptable within the rules, twice reminding his driver to “leave room” for Hamilton at the Ascari chicane." — Craig Christopher
Yeah, but it made for some exciting racing. Though he did take it to the limit with Barichello last year in Hungary.
WHOA WHOA WHOA WHOA WHOA
Ya mean to tell me that Michael Schumacher, the most ruthless driver of his generation, might have stepped over the line during a race in order to defend his position?