Posts tagged McLaren.
Honda will return to Formula 1 as an engine supplier and reunite with McLaren from 2015, the Japanese manufacturer giant has officially confirmed.
YES YES YES
HONDA MCLAREN IS BACK BABY
So I just made a Fantasy Formula 1 team here
It’s a McLaren and Lotus lockout, featuring Romain Grosjean, Kimi Raikkonen, Checo and of course JB (That, is, the English F1 driver… not the French F1 driver… or the terrible pop singer…).
If you’re interested in joining my fantasy league, then message me! :)
Does anyone else see the F1 cars as animals?
McLaren - Wolf
Red Bull - Bull (Obviously)
Ferrari - Horse (Obviously)
Lotus - Scorpion
Mercedes - Shark
Sauber - Falcon
Force India - Snake? (Not sure about this one…)
Williams - Owl? (Also not sure about this one…)
Toro Rosso - Bull (Again, unfortunately… kinda like a smaller bull I guess)
Caterham - Lizard
Marussia - Dolphin (IT LOOKS LIKE A DOLPHIN OKAY?)
Oh hey, did you guess I don’t like Ferrari or Fernando Alonso?
If Jenson Button ever moves to Ferrari (gladly, it seems unlikely) I will be so emotionally torn. I love JB but HATE Ferrari.
Just stay at McLaren okay? Kthx
Shit about McLaren you better know
I didn’t have the guts to publish it on my other blog LOL
Pretty much yeah
Sergio Perez arrives at the McLaren Technology Center.
This picture was taken by Jenson for the Zoom charity. Here’s what he said about it:
Jenson Button: “They gave me a camera and this was the first thing I saw – so I thought it would be funny to get a shot of Martin [Whitmarsh]. I’m not sure if he’s looking at me with a smile or a smirk! We have a lot of fun together and I think I just wanted to take him a little by surprise. This picture tells you a lot about where we work – I think it’s the end of a practice session at Spa-Francorchamps, so what you see here is very much the average working day of a Formula 1 driver”
This picture was taken by Martin Whitmarsh for the Zoom charity. Here’s what he said about it:
Martin Whitmarsh: “This is very representative of the view from the pitwall during a grand prix weekend. Being up on the pitwall gives you a good look into both garages – you can very quickly work out what’s happening and whether things are going well or not. It also gives you clear sight up and down the pitlane, so you can judge what your competitors are up to. Compositionally, I thought it was interesting to split the image in half, filling the top half with flat panelling, and the lower half with all the action in the F1 garage. I might not be David Bailey, but I have a go!”