Following Kimi in Mexico without a sombrero...

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Re: Following Kimi in Mexico without a sombrero...

Postby Kiki » Sat 06 Mar, 2010 5:18 pm

No! I've always been into rallying, but my interest waned when they stopped showing it on normal TV stations, most of the teams gave up and Loeb won every year. Now the Blond One cometh, I shall be much more interested, as rallying is finally getting coverage :D
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Re: Following Kimi in Mexico without a sombrero...

Postby Kop Alonso » Sun 07 Mar, 2010 2:18 pm

Have a butchers at this ...



or the older car which looks stunning ..

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Re: Following Kimi in Mexico without a sombrero...

Postby LadySnowcat » Sun 07 Mar, 2010 8:35 pm

Phew...

What an exciting end....

Not that Loeb looked like getting overtaken after Day 2 especially as there were only three stages but it was less than a second between Ogier and Petter with Petter a tad behind...

As the final stage was a head to head event they matched Petter and Ogier and put them last of the WRC cars...

And the winner of second place was....

PETTER...

Great stuff...

And now to Jordan and my flight is booked....
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Re: Following Kimi in Mexico without a sombrero...

Postby Kiki » Thu 11 Mar, 2010 7:22 pm

Oh, I've always been fond of Petter, he is A Bit Mad.
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Re: Following Kimi in Mexico without a sombrero...

Postby LadySnowcat » Tue 16 Mar, 2010 8:34 pm

I thought a few of you would like to see the vids that Kimi's site have been providing after each event...

I guess he can do this as WRC don't have a no-go for personal footage unlike Bernie and F1...

I think it's great and even if you aren't a fan of the Kimster it gives you a great idea of the rally and the countryside...it's pretty atmospheric....

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Re: Following Kimi in Mexico without a sombrero...

Postby Kiki » Wed 17 Mar, 2010 2:15 pm

I must ask Snowy: do you actually know Kimi and do you speak to him? Exciting if you do. Or is it just a love you hold from afar?
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Re: Following Kimi in Mexico without a sombrero...

Postby Sculptor » Wed 17 Mar, 2010 2:59 pm

Kiki wrote:I must ask Snowy: do you actually know Kimi and do you speak to him? Exciting if you do. Or is it just a love you hold from afar?

C'mon Kinky, don't hold back, ask the question thats on all our minds.... :lol)
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Re: Following Kimi in Mexico without a sombrero...

Postby Kiki » Wed 17 Mar, 2010 3:41 pm

What, you mean has she "expletive" him? I wouldn't dream of being so crude and unladylike. :no)
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Re: Following Kimi in Mexico without a sombrero...

Postby Sculptor » Wed 17 Mar, 2010 3:46 pm

Kiki wrote:What, you mean has she "expletive" him? I wouldn't dream of being so crude and unladylike. :no)

Thats the one, and you just have btw, thanks Kinky, good work girl ;) :P
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Re: Following Kimi in Mexico without a sombrero...

Postby Kiki » Wed 17 Mar, 2010 11:26 pm

Excuse me Scully, I knew what I was posting and I would never ask her or tell anyone if she told me anything.

I have changed my smilies to :stop) :no) to tell you off Scully.
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Re: Following Kimi in Mexico without a sombrero...

Postby Sculptor » Thu 18 Mar, 2010 8:44 am

Nods and winks at Kinky :P :P
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