They called it a ring? Sorry, it’s more like a city silhouette or an old lady or a chair or a water tank or……not a ring, basically (apart from the fact that it keeps repeating itself, of course) :)
Heh, that is great. I would say he also did it in the safest manner possible – R. Asch could skate off down the escape road. Surely in those days there was more danger to his car/front crumpling and setting on fire. Imagine if someone claimed seeing the name was subliminally making a rash reaction all the more likely… :D
I’m amazed Nannini…[Read more]
Saw this clip for the first time a few years ago accidentally in a playlist named after the commentator.
He makes a very valid point; you might be an Italian full of passion, but what Nannini did there is utterly ridiculous. I’ve done it a ton of times on games, but that puts exactly 0 people and 0 money at stake, who knows what could have…[Read more]
That’s crazy, reminds me of that fatal NASCAR incident from a month ago and just how dangerous these sort of things are. (on an unrelated note, R. Asch (‘rasch’) is one of the best racing names ever, along with Scott Speed)
I remember watching this video at the time but only just came across it again. Here’s ex-F1 driver Alessandro Nannini involved in a notorious incident in a DTM round at Singen in 1994.
The Alfa Romeo driver arrived at the double-header event with a slim chance of beating Mercedes’ Klaus Ludwig to the title. But having started last in the second…[Read more]
Good race at Hockenheim. Great result for Ekstrom. Those who chose prime at the start were faster in the second part of the race. Probably due to the increased amount of rubber in the asphalt, I guess. As for the rookies, this race was a “could be a fantastic race” for Da Costa. He was incredible till the moment he hit Timo Scheider. He fell from…[Read more]
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