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Rob D'Amico and Michele Rahal discuss what the FIA, FOTA, Max Mosley and Bernie have come up with to keep all the teams happy and back for 2010 Formula One season.
27 Jun 2009
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ChannelShift**** will get you up to SPEED in NASCAR, F1, Max Mosley, FIA, FOTA, Moto GP, Superbikes, Kyle Busch, Carl Edwards, Motorcyles, cars and more.
26 Jun 2009
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*******pop17**** People go to the Internet to watch fiction, comedy, entertainment and news. Jamison and Josh of a href="*******tilzy.tv"Tilzy.tv/a have curated and cataloged shows since the inception of the website. In addition they blog about their new developments. I sat down with them in Washington Square Park to discuss the shows they are watching now. The recommend a href="*******newteevee****/2008/04/22/viralcom-not-funny-because-its-true/"ViralCom/a and a href="*******www.youtube****/user/CSpot"Cspot/a.
24 Apr 2008
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The GP of Monaco was a sloppy wet mess.
27 May 2008
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Michele Rahal from ChanneShift**** talks about Tony George and the IRL and what in the world is going on in Formula One.
22 Jun 2009
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Channelshifts Michele Rahal looks at the musical chairs going on in Formula One with Ferrari, Mclaren, Brawn GP and Williams.
2 Oct 2009
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The Guardian newspaper has launched a 'campaign' to expose the News of the World newspaper over allegations of telephone tapping and invasion of privacy. But this tape recording proves that the NOTW does take evidence gathering seriously and the newspaper has only done what all newspapers have done in the past: Obtain the truth the hard way! When people set themselves up in the public eye they can expect their shady dealings to be investigated by journalists. So where is the problem?
3 Sep 2010
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Max Mosley planea su final como presidente de la FIA. Audi nos prepara para la salida del A1, el pequeño de la familia, mientras conocemos el volkswagen sirocco. Lo que sí es orgásmico es la cantidad de ferraris que hay en la subasta "leyenda e pasione". Y un fiat 500 puede con un porsche!!!
22 Apr 2008
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www.channelshift**** Max Mosley Sex Tape Video Update
9 Feb 2009
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A Rede Globo (também conhecida como TV Globo ou simplesmente Globo) é uma rede de televisão brasileira que iniciou suas atividades no dia 26 de abril de 1965, no Rio de Janeiro. Foi fundada e dirigida pelo empresário Roberto Marinho até sua morte, em 2003, quando passou ao controle de seu filho, Roberto Irineu Marinho. Atualmente, a emissora é uma das maiores de toda a América e a terceira maior do mundo, assistida por 80 milhões de pessoas diariamente.[1][2] A empresa faz parte do grupo empresarial Organizações Globo. A matriz da empresa encontra-se no bairro do Jardim Botânico, no Rio de Janeiro. O departamento de notícias está situado no Jardim Botânico, e seus principais estúdios de produção localizam-se no complexo conhecido como Projac, em Jacarepaguá, na Zona Oeste da cidade. Em 2007, a Globo alterou suas operações analógicas com o propósito de construir uma produção televisiva em alta definição para a televisão digital.Ayrton Senna da Silva (pronounced [aˈiɾtõ ˈsenɐ dɐ ˈsiwvɐ] (help·info), March 21, 1960 May 1, 1994) was a Brazilian racing driver and triple Formula One world champion. He remains the last Grand Prix driver killed while driving a Formula One car. A kart racer from an early age, Senna won the British Formula 3 championship in 1983 and made his Formula One debut with Toleman the next year. He moved to Lotus-Renault in 1985, and won six Grands Prix over the next three seasons. In 1988 he joined Frenchman Alain Prost at McLaren-Honda, the top driver and team at the time, and won that year's championship. He and Prost developed a heated rivalry, which is regarded as the bitterest in F1 history. Senna also won the 1990 and 1991 F1 championships. In the next two years with McLaren, despite driving an inferior car, Senna won races and challenged for the 1993 world title, finishing runner-up to Prost. He switched to the then-dominant Williams Renault team for the 1994 season. At the third race of the year millions of fans witnessed his fatal crash live on global TV coverage whilst leading the San Marino Grand Prix.Senna's death was considered by many of his Brazilian fans to be a national tragedy, and the Brazilian government declared three days of national mourning. An estimated million people lined the streets to give him their salute. Many prominent motor racing figures attended Senna's state funeral, notably Alain Prost, Damon Hill and Emerson Fittipaldi who were among the pallbearers. However, Senna's family did not allow FOM president Bernie Ecclestone to attend,[52] and FIA President Max Mosley instead attended the funeral of Ratzenberger which took place on May 7, 1994 in Salzburg, Austria.[53] Mosley said in a press conference ten years later, "I went to his funeral because everyone went to Senna's. I thought it was important that somebody went to his."[54] A testament to the adulation he inspired among fans worldwide was the scene at the Tokyo headquarters of Honda where the McLaren cars were typically displayed after each race. Upon his death, so many floral tributes were received that it overwhelmed the large exhibit lobby.[citation needed] This in spite the fact Senna no longer drove for McLaren and that McLaren, in the preceding seasons did not utilize Honda power. Senna had a special relationship with company founder Soichiro Honda[citation needed] and was beloved in Japan where he achieved a near mythic status. In his home country of Brazil, the main freeway from the international airport to São Paulo and a tunnel along route to the heart of the city is named in his honour. Also, one of the most important freeways of Rio de Janeiro is named after Senna ("Avenida Ayrton Senna"). Senna is buried at the Morumbi Cemetery in his hometown of São Paulo. For the next race at Monaco, the FIA decided to leave empty the first two grid positions and painted them with the colors of the Brazilian and the Austrian flag, to honour Senna and Ratzenberger.
28 Nov 2008
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A Rede Globo (também conhecida como TV Globo ou simplesmente Globo) é uma rede de televisão brasileira que iniciou suas atividades no dia 26 de abril de 1965, no Rio de Janeiro. Foi fundada e dirigida pelo empresário Roberto Marinho até sua morte, em 2003, quando passou ao controle de seu filho, Roberto Irineu Marinho. Atualmente, a emissora é uma das maiores de toda a América e a terceira maior do mundo, assistida por 80 milhões de pessoas diariamente.[1][2] A empresa faz parte do grupo empresarial Organizações Globo. A matriz da empresa encontra-se no bairro do Jardim Botânico, no Rio de Janeiro. O departamento de notícias está situado no Jardim Botânico, e seus principais estúdios de produção localizam-se no complexo conhecido como Projac, em Jacarepaguá, na Zona Oeste da cidade. Em 2007, a Globo alterou suas operações analógicas com o propósito de construir uma produção televisiva em alta definição para a televisão digital.Ayrton Senna da Silva (pronounced [aˈiɾtõ ˈsenɐ dɐ ˈsiwvɐ] (help·info), March 21, 1960 May 1, 1994) was a Brazilian racing driver and triple Formula One world champion. He remains the last Grand Prix driver killed while driving a Formula One car. A kart racer from an early age, Senna won the British Formula 3 championship in 1983 and made his Formula One debut with Toleman the next year. He moved to Lotus-Renault in 1985, and won six Grands Prix over the next three seasons. In 1988 he joined Frenchman Alain Prost at McLaren-Honda, the top driver and team at the time, and won that year's championship. He and Prost developed a heated rivalry, which is regarded as the bitterest in F1 history. Senna also won the 1990 and 1991 F1 championships. In the next two years with McLaren, despite driving an inferior car, Senna won races and challenged for the 1993 world title, finishing runner-up to Prost. He switched to the then-dominant Williams Renault team for the 1994 season. At the third race of the year millions of fans witnessed his fatal crash live on global TV coverage whilst leading the San Marino Grand Prix.Senna's death was considered by many of his Brazilian fans to be a national tragedy, and the Brazilian government declared three days of national mourning. An estimated million people lined the streets to give him their salute. Many prominent motor racing figures attended Senna's state funeral, notably Alain Prost, Damon Hill and Emerson Fittipaldi who were among the pallbearers. However, Senna's family did not allow FOM president Bernie Ecclestone to attend,[52] and FIA President Max Mosley instead attended the funeral of Ratzenberger which took place on May 7, 1994 in Salzburg, Austria.[53] Mosley said in a press conference ten years later, "I went to his funeral because everyone went to Senna's. I thought it was important that somebody went to his."[54] A testament to the adulation he inspired among fans worldwide was the scene at the Tokyo headquarters of Honda where the McLaren cars were typically displayed after each race. Upon his death, so many floral tributes were received that it overwhelmed the large exhibit lobby.[citation needed] This in spite the fact Senna no longer drove for McLaren and that McLaren, in the preceding seasons did not utilize Honda power. Senna had a special relationship with company founder Soichiro Honda[citation needed] and was beloved in Japan where he achieved a near mythic status. In his home country of Brazil, the main freeway from the international airport to São Paulo and a tunnel along route to the heart of the city is named in his honour. Also, one of the most important freeways of Rio de Janeiro is named after Senna ("Avenida Ayrton Senna"). Senna is buried at the Morumbi Cemetery in his hometown of São Paulo. For the next race at Monaco, the FIA decided to leave empty the first two grid positions and painted them with the colors of the Brazilian and the Austrian flag, to honour Senna and Ratzenberger.
26 Jan 2009
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