Thursday, October 2, 2008

Baseball gloves

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Wednesday, October 1, 2008


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Hamilton getting stronger

Hamilton heads into the final three grands prix in Japan, China and Brazil with a seven point cushion to Ferrari rival Felipe Massa.

The 23-year-old stretched his advantage following Massa's calamitous race in Singapore on Sunday when he suffered a pit-lane disaster.

A scheduled stop saw the Brazilian released early which resulted in him knocking over two of his mechanics before setting off down the pit lane with the fuel hose still attached to his car.

A drive-through penalty followed for an unsafe release from the pits, culminating in Massa finishing 13th after starting on pole.

Hamilton, meanwhile, drove a steady, faultless race to finish third behind race winner and former McLaren team-mate Fernando Alonso in his Renault.

Hamilton said his team has always been "rock-solid".

"We started the year feeling really strong and we have just kept developing that," he said.

"I'd say now the team is the most positive and together it's ever been.

"Since the middle of the season, we've got the car in such a sweet-spot that it's been competitive at every race.

"I think Singapore showed just what we could do. We didn't really put a foot wrong.

"I've got to give credit to the engineers and strategists for helping me to save fuel during the first safety car period.

"The guys in the garage pulled off two perfect pitstops. What more can I ask for?

"We're just getting stronger and stronger. We all want this so much that every race just pulls us closer and closer together.

"I can't really describe that feeling of team-work, but it's incredibly strong. It's what keeps us all going."

Hamilton now faces a leisurely time at home in Geneva this weekend, what he describes as "a normal regime", prior to a hectic finish of three races in four weeks.

The race in Singapore underlined Hamilton's commitment to focusing on taking advantage of a situation at any given time, rather than going for glory.

As Massa was not in a position to score points, Hamilton coasted to a comfortable third place instead of pushing Williams' Nico Rosberg for second and potentially crashing out.

Such a mature mindset will not change, with Hamilton adding: "The six points we got on Sunday were pretty important to our title chances.

"We're ahead now in both world championships and have to keep focused during these next three races.

"I've said before that consistency is what will win this world championship, and I feel really pleased that we did that in Singapore.

"We only finished third, but we couldn't really have asked for more from that result, and I didn't want to risk throwing those points away with any kind of move as you never know what might happen.

"We also made all the right decisions at the right moments in the race, and the car still feels fantastic to drive.

"All I can do is take one race at a time while keeping one eye on the final result at the end of the year."

Drivers geared up for Himalayan rally

A dream that took shape in the year 1999 has come a long way as the raiders celebrate the 10th edition this year. From 19 teams since its inception, the rally this year has 150 teams in the fray. Over 250 motorsport freaks will be traversing the length and breadth of 11 of the world's highest motorable roads and passes in the western Himalayas.

The rally will run in three separate versions: Xtreme, Adventure Trial and Bikes Xtreme. These events will cover over 2400 kms spread over 8 legs in 8 days. The raiders will negotiate their way through the cavities and crevices of some of the most inhospitable terrains, like the Tanglang La (second highest motorable pass in the world), Jalori Pass and the Rohtang Pass. Kunzum La, Baralacha La and Panzi La are also part of this year's endurance test.

Tying up the loose-ends and loopholes for this edition of the Raid has been the most difficult for the organisers. The adverse weather condition in these areas for the past few weeks has been hindering the preparations. But, the man behind the Raid and president of the Himalayan Motorsports Association, Vijay Parmar, has left no stone unturned.

Six months of hard work and preparation has been marred by incessant snow and land slides over the area, but the spirit of motoring enthusiasts and Parmar's commitment as always, has made it possible this time around as well.

"At a time when people are trying to get out of the area, we are paying to get in", said Parmar to Mobile ESPN. With participants covering a distance of 300 kms a day on an average, and managing the serpentine high narrow mountain roads, the Raid is not for the faint hearted. However, Parmar & Co. have insured that safety remains the topmost concern.

Special training has been given to drivers so that that immediate first-aid can be given in case of an accident or crash. Helevac (Helicopter Evacuation) have also been stationed at various points of stages of each leg.

With temperatures plunging as low as minus-20 degrees Celsius, drivers have a piece of advice from Parmar, "It's not about speed, but endurance in the face of nature".

Changing gears to Formula One, Parmar is all for the Indian Grand Prix in 2011 and hails liquor baron and Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya's efforts of promoting the international sport in India.

" I think Vijay has done a great job. It doesn't matter whether the team wins or loses, just the fact that an Indian team is rubbing tyres at an international level, shows the potential of Mallya and his money."

Parmar adds: "The Indian Grand Prix is something that we are all looking forward to and it will definitely be a shot in the arm for the Indian tourism. I think it's something that should happen and I guess even if Mallya can't do it, his bucks can!"

Tennesee Beauty schools

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Berbatov stars in United WIn

New recruit Dimitar Berbatov scored a brace to help Manchester United to a 3-0 victory over Danish club Aalborg in their Group E match in the Champions League. The Bulgarian scored his first goals for the club striking twice in the second half after Wayne Rooney put the Red Devils ahead in the 22nd minute. Rooney was then forced off with an ankle problem while Paul Scholes suffered a major injury on his knee that could keep him out of action for eight weeks.The win ends the club’s poor start to the season and manager Alex Ferguson can now breathe a sigh of relief following their disappointing stale mate with Villareal.