I shall not deserve to be called a first-class, ride-or-die Michael Schumacher supporter if I have not done anything to celebrate his 300th GP in Spa-Francorchamps last weekend. And so I’ve made this DIY Schumi keyfob as a reminder of his general awesomeness as a Formula 1 driver and icon.
Good luck this weekend at Monza, Schumi!
*For more details on this project, please visit my other blog, Marjitecture.
He will wear Red and White, but will his future at Britannia be bright?
The striker that might as well have “Polarizing Footballer” as his middle name has finally gotten himself a new club, and he’s back to wearing his old number, 10.
He still has a couple of years to prove his killer striking prowess, and I for one am glad he has chosen to remain in the English Premier League. Best of luck to you at Stoke City, Michael!
…One of these days this name is gonna race all over you…
This weekend, I was able to catch Messrs. Michael and Ralf Schumacher be featured on this DW-TV talk show called Beckmann, presumably to discuss their racing careers in Formula One and DTM and possibly more. I say presumably because the show was entirely in German and I could not understand a word they were saying, but did I care? Not one bit.
So for German speakers, enjoy this video, and for non-German speakers, wait for the bits where they show old footages. You have no soul if you don’t “aawww” or have a bit of a laugh at those.
This weekend’s Belgian GP marked Schumi’s 300th GP, and while it did not have a “fairy tale ending”, his grit showed that he still has what it takes to slug it out in top-tier racing. Actually, I reckon this bit deserves another post altogether. Stay tuned.
-A massive decline in quality and/or performance, especially pertaining to a team whose squad color is Red.
Massive changes were expected in the Brendan Rodgers’ LFC era, but after 2 losses, 1 draw, and a lacklustre showing in the Transfer Window, fans are lamenting over another infamous redtrograde-in the making.