[QUOTE=noobvious;1831733That's real racing...unlike the left-turn only variety that is so popular on this side of the pond. You must be proud!
Certainly am. He's waiting to find out if he's going to Melbourne, Australia, for the first F1 race of the season.
I'll be at the British Grand Prix at Silverstone later on this year for the full three days watching the practice sessions, and then the race proper.
The atmosphere and noise are unbelievable - far better than watching it on TV.
The Williams drivers are Pastor Maldanodo and Ayrton Senna's nephew Bruno Senna, but I'll be cheering the two British drivers, Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton, who both drive for Mclaren.