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Discussion in 'The Premier League' started by brb, Nov 14, 2017.
Anyone else watch formula one, never saw the point myself just going round in circles.
I’ve got a good tip for the 2:30 at Wolverhampton if anyone is interested.
Tooth hurty - yeah it is a bit like the dentist's round here.
During over 30 years as an active punter, I have never once backed a winner at Wolver. Or Southwell for that matter.
I thought it was about who can change a set of tyres the fastest?..
That and who can make it to the first corner first. Then 90 celebratory laps.
Can't think of anything more boring and definitely not a sport.
I once went to Bristol to visit my girlfriend for the weekend, said hi to her, drove to Chepstow and blew all the money I had on a series of donkeys. She was surprisingly understanding when I got back. Gave up gambling on the nags after that.
Bit boring now but F1 has been a great sport over the years.
60s, 70, 80's and early nineties particularly good.
Love motor sport - particularly watching it at the circuit.
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I loved Rush, the movie about James Hunt and Nikki Lauder. I do vaguely remember them both when they were racing too, but I never really found the sport interesting to watch, even then. Moto GP, on the other hand...
Went to a qualifying day at Silverstone a long time ago. Nigel Mansell was driving. It was a wet day so their times counted for nothing as the times from the drier day before decided grid positions. It was one ****ing boring day out.
I still go racing a couple of times a year. Went to the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket in May, and am going the Cheltenham for the International Hurdle in December.
A brilliant day out, but I don't have the time or inclination for the intensive form study required to give you a chance againsty the bookies. Still nothing beats he buzz of backing a horse you are absolutely certain is the best in the race, and watching it get the job done with the roar of the crowd in your ears.
I can remember my first proper bet. Belmont King in the Scottish National. £5 stake at 16-1. I was a student at the time so the winnings lasted me about three months...
If you liked that then given the movie Senna a go if you haven't already.
I think F1 is great, but I am probably a bit biased as it provided me with a good living for many years. For me it was the best job I ever had, despite the intense pressure The experience of being at the track is phenomenal, but you can see so much more on TV these days
Something tells me this hasn't gone as well as the op originally planned
Don't know what you mean
@brb likes having a go at the races
Grand national, F1...
And Chinese people if you see his tooth Hurty joke
You **** stirring Chinese muthafucka!