I came across a video the other day from Red Bull Racing, highlighting the track building progress of an upcoming circuit and also featuring some awesome shots of their F1 car doing donuts and otherwise awesome show moves for promotion. While this is a fairly typical occurrence in Europe and Asia, this particular event was shot in the unlikeliest of places, Austin TX (video at then end of this post). That’s right folks. F1 will be in our backyard, the heartland of America.
Archive for September, 2011
Hey there folks! Now that we are in the mix of the college football season, you might not have noticed that we are officially in the start of Big East conference play. I understand that not all of us are fans of the Big East conference, but I am, SO THAT’S WHAT WERE GOING TO TALK ABOUT! The Big East opens with two marquee match ups this week which will surely be very heated matches for each school.
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Before someone decides to dig into Jobu’s secret personal life, I will admit that I work for the network I am about to promote. I will not go into more detail, but ethically, I am supposed to mention that I work somewhere if I am going to plug them on my blog. That being said, I really think you guys should check out Human Weapon on HISTORY. This is a show I have always been a big fan of, and I am glad to report that the entire series is now available for viewing online.
The American League is full of talented players. Unfortunately, they can’t all be MVP. The race this year has particularly interesting though. Basically, it has come down to Justin Verlander (Tigers) and the whole AL East. The whole division, you ask? Well, from what I can see, there are five main candidates from the AL East alone. The Red Sox feature Jacoby Ellsbury (pictured above) and Adrián González, the Yankees have Curtis Granderson and Robinson Canó, and the Blue Jays have José Bautista. After last night, one of those men made himself the clear cut favorite in my eyes. It pains me to say it, but Ellsbury’s home run against Scott Proctor last night sealed the race. Here’s why:
Well folks, since the college football season got under way a few weekends ago, you might have missed out on some few surprises while you were busy scrounging through your closet looking to find your favorite teams Alma mater foam dome hat & over sized number 1 foam finger. Throughout the country, a select group of college football teams unveiled some new uniforms for their inaugural games of the 2011 season. Some of them were pretty cool (Like Arizona State pictured above), some of them still need some work, and some of them were down right ugly! So I am going to give you a list of what teams had the coolest uniforms and what ones need to go back to the drawing board.