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Lewis Hamilton

Nice to see Lewis Hamilton take his second championship it's good to see good racing and good winning
ducati

Re: Lewis Hamilton

RagnarRocks wrote:
Nice to see Lewis Hamilton take his second championship it's good to see good racing and good winning


Yes, rocket start, and problems for Rosburgh. Didn't Massa do well?
mrsbradey

Didn't see the race, but heard Lewis drove well.

A well deserved second world championship win!!

Well done Lewis Very Happy
RagnarRocks

Re: Lewis Hamilton

ducati wrote:
RagnarRocks wrote:
Nice to see Lewis Hamilton take his second championship it's good to see good racing and good winning


Yes, rocket start, and problems for Rosburgh. Didn't Massa do well?


Rosberg had technical difficulties but Hamilton had him from the get go was a cracking start. Thought the race was good all in all .
mrsbradey

Wish I'd watched it now, but had to make use of the reasonable weather today!
RagnarRocks

I can appreciate that ...wanking in a rusty landrover behind the horse shed needs good weather  Rolling Eyes
Jax

RagnarRocks wrote:
I can appreciate that ...wanking in a rusty landrover behind the horse shed needs good weather  Rolling Eyes



Have you been spying again.....at least Mrs B will be tired tonight
RagnarRocks

Well I know for a fact he has a collection, different type of seat cover for everyday of the week  Shocked


Watch out for your faux fur this xmas
MI16

RagnarRocks wrote:
I can appreciate that ...wanking in a rusty landrover behind the horse shed needs good weather  Rolling Eyes


Don't knock it til you have tried it
Jax

RagnarRocks wrote:



Watch out for your faux fur this xmas



Ewww sticky..... Embarassed
RagnarRocks

MI16 wrote:
RagnarRocks wrote:
I can appreciate that ...wanking in a rusty landrover behind the horse shed needs good weather  Rolling Eyes


Don't knock it til you have tried it


Prefer the wipe clean vinyl myself  Embarassed
mrsbradey

RagnarRocks wrote:
I can appreciate that ...wanking in a rusty landrover behind the horse shed needs good weather  Rolling Eyes


It certainly does as the canvas tilt has seen better days on that old girl!!
Mike

Good lord !!!

Meanwhile back on topic I thought the race itself lived up to it's usual boring standard.
mrsbradey

I see Lewis is one of the nominees for BBC sports personality of the year, however I will be voting for Charlotte Dujardin the dressage rider.
RagnarRocks

mrsbradey wrote:
I see Lewis is one of the nominees for BBC sports personality of the year, however I will be voting for Charlotte Dujardin the dressage rider.


Who ?
mrsbradey

RagnarRocks wrote:
mrsbradey wrote:
I see Lewis is one of the nominees for BBC sports personality of the year, however I will be voting for Charlotte Dujardin the dressage rider.


Who ?





http://www.horseandhound.co.uk/ne...poty-2014-bbc-sports-personality/
susie

I'm sure that all the nominees are splendid sportspeople and obviously excel in their chosen sport....are you ready for the but?, OK then.......BUT..should Sports Personality of the Year just be someone who won something, some medal, or beat a record etc? I think awards are thrown around in a very willy nilly way. What about them being nice to insects or saving a forest from being chopped down, using less electric, not buying water from abroad etc etc?
I am absolutely certain that you will educate me in the finer points of showering folk doing something they like to do with accolades and  lots of other goodies. I'm not sporty at all. I'm a miserable stay-at-home soor ploom.  Sad
RagnarRocks

I tend to agree with you susie, I was sat looking after my friends kidlets yesterday and watching kiddie TV, that was a lesson in itself, but the list of awards ceremonies seemed endless best part I'd never heard of most of the entrants.
susie

RagnarRocks wrote:
I tend to agree with you susie, I was sat looking after my friends kidlets yesterday and watching kiddie TV, that was a lesson in itself, but the list of awards ceremonies seemed endless best part I'd never heard of most of the entrants.

Now that I possess this nugget about what you get up to MrRR, I'm going to enter you for the very next award I come across that covers folk with wonky walls looking after their pal's kids.
mrsbradey

susie wrote:
I'm sure that all the nominees are splendid sportspeople and obviously excel in their chosen sport....are you ready for the but?, OK then.......BUT..should Sports Personality of the Year just be someone who won something, some medal, or beat a record etc? I think awards are thrown around in a very willy nilly way. What about them being nice to insects or saving a forest from being chopped down, using less electric, not buying water from abroad etc etc?
I am absolutely certain that you will educate me in the finer points of showering folk doing something they like to do with accolades and  lots of other goodies. I'm not sporty at all. I'm a miserable stay-at-home soor ploom.  Sad


I don't think the BBC sports personality is the most aptly named award, as it has seemed to have little to do with actual personality for years, now it seems to be more about personal acheivement.

I think that out of the other overpaid sports 'personalities', Charlotte has achieved more.!!
susie

mrsbradey wrote:
susie wrote:
I'm sure that all the nominees are splendid sportspeople and obviously excel in their chosen sport....are you ready for the but?, OK then.......BUT..should Sports Personality of the Year just be someone who won something, some medal, or beat a record etc? I think awards are thrown around in a very willy nilly way. What about them being nice to insects or saving a forest from being chopped down, using less electric, not buying water from abroad etc etc?
I am absolutely certain that you will educate me in the finer points of showering folk doing something they like to do with accolades and  lots of other goodies. I'm not sporty at all. I'm a miserable stay-at-home soor ploom.  Sad


I don't think the BBC sports personality is the most aptly named award, as it has seemed to have little to do with actual personality for years, now it seems to be more about personal acheivement.

I think that out of the other overpaid sports 'personalities', Charlotte has achieved more.!!

Righty ho then!
Let's all give Charlotte a nice big one..
Jax

Charlotte for me, she started as a working pupil at Carl Hesters and now rides better than he.

Fantastic parntership she has with her horses  Very Happy
susie

Yes, I saw her dressage in the final. I'm not a big fan of such things but she was superb. Did I read that she brought that particulaf horse on? I've heard her speaking too, she comes across as being a lovely young lady. I think they should make a movie, it would be a horsebox-office hit around the world!
Can you vote on the internet?
Jax

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/sports-personality/30172271



You can register to vote through the link  Very Happy

You can only vote during the show which is on Sunday 14th December BBC

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