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January 17, 2015 5:49 PM
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F1 » F1: V6 engine ‘attracts new fanbase’

Remember going down to Woking the year that Mika Hakkinen won his 2nd world championship, with our nippers, He drove his McLaren through the streets of Woking into the centre. When I say drove, he thrashed it!!! As we waited, the sound of that McLaren reverberating off the tower blocks was awesome! What a great day, all of McLaren's cars were on display in the shopping centre and Ron turned up in a black crombie looking just like a mafia boss!!!!


January 16, 2015 12:27 PM

F1 » F1: V6 engine ‘attracts new fanbase’

"Kids scared of engine noise"? Took my youngest nipper to watch the Le Mans series at Silverstone (quite a while ago!) when he was about five tears old. As we crossed the bridge over the circuit a bunch of these multi cylinder petrol engined monsters raced pass underneath us and he jumped with Joy from one end of the bridge to the other! I've always thought of it as the V10 Dance as most were Dodge Vipers. He is now a off road motor bike nutter!

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