Take A Hike I’m Not Moving Over For Anyone – Mark Webber – Indian Grand Prix

When you’ve tasted champagne. You just want more. When you get great sex then you want more off it.   It’s not an addiction, folks.  It’s something you enjoy.

Mark Webber enjoys cricket then again he is Australia, and he loves to drive. So when Webber looks at the points and thinks he may have a chance should he move over for Vettel? hell no. Webber shared the same sentiment. “Mathematically I have a chance (of winning the title), so if I’m in the lead this weekend, I’m not pulling over for anyone.”

“It’s going to take a lot of smelly races for Seb and Fernando,” said the Aussie. “Winning some races will be useful, but if those guys finish as they normally do, then it’s going to be very difficult to get the points back, but never say never.”

Webber was not taking any prisoners as he gave one reporter short shrift who dared to suggest his remark that Alonso had a chance of the championship was not helpful to Red Bull or Vettel.

“That’s a ridiculous comment,” (as if bowling a fast ball) said Webber. “He is a two-time world champion, six points off Seb. He has a great chance to win the championship.

“Do you want me to come out and say Sebastian is the only one that can win it? You’re dreaming.”

Up next how Vettel the hunter is now the hunted.

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Homage to Catalonia by Ferran Adriá! Buen provecho!

I came to the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills to sit down with Hugh Hudson director of the multiple Academy Awards winning film “Chariots of Fire” in a desperate attempt to acquire the rights from Hugh to the George Orwell book “Homage to Catalonia”. While I failed, George Orwell who went off to Spain to fight in a country with which he had no connection, grenades dangling would utter the words, if he could, “Fan-tas-tico!”, in describing Ferran Adriá and his Tickets tapas bar and 41º in Barcelona. After all where else can you go and have the taste of one olive freeze you as if it were a sole sexual note. Ferran employ’s the increasing specialization of the human species and the enlarging habit of exchange that are the root cause of his innovation. Ferran Adriá has been called by Gourmet magazine the, “Salvador Dali of the kitchen”, and trust me and many of you will agree, it great to eat at a place knowing that Dali is in the kitchen preparing to surprise you with something so utterly refreshing and exciting that you are spellbound to leisurely enjoy the food. In the end it is all about the food, and that is what makes Ferran Adriá tick, he is all about the food. So to all those in Indian and elsewhere who have now discovered Spain because of the Bollywood film “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara” which translates “This life will not come again” at the Formula One Grand Prix of India study the man in the Ferrari, Fernando Alonso and get a yen for Spain then in Barcelona magic awaits you at Farran Adriá’s Tickets and 41º. The adventure of discovery never stops at My Name is Khan where Ferran Adriá reminds us that magic is real and dreams come true. Buen provecho!

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