Brazilian F1-“Cream Get on Top!”

Walking through the paddocks still on a high from the Prince “Welcome 2 Canada” kick off shows in Toronto, with your iPhone’s ear buds blaring Prince “…Cream, get on top…” is about the most appropriated song for San Paulo, Brazil Grand Prix paddocks. I have got to move to Brazil. Connecting North America to South America without a hitch was Bombardiers Global Express 6000 and this baby can do 6,000 nautical miles (11,112 km) at Mach 0.85. This could not be said for some of the F1 teams who for some strange reason had developed the “Gear-Box” syndrome. Alonso had no juice in his Ferrari to challenge Red Bull Racing or for that matter Jenson Button. Lewis Hamilton put it this way about his gear-box failure “I had a gearbox problem occur quite early on, and I was having problems with the gear shifts between first and second,” Hamilton said. “With that, I was losing quite a lot of time, and eventually, the gearbox just gave up.” That was the story of the day. Social media was alive and well in Brazil as Twitter was trending F1, Formula One, Webber, Vettel, and Go Jenson.
Mark Webber claimed his seventh career F1 win, but his first since August 2010 in the Hungarian Grand Prix (26 races ago), “It would have been nice to have a race with Sebastian all the way through, but he had a little bit of a problem,” Webber said. “It’s a win which you will take for sure, because I’ve had enough bad luck or whatever you want to call it. That’s how it goes sometimes. It’s a very important win for me and the team to finish on a high.” Would Mark come to Canada? No sir he was heading home, my list for guest wanting a lift back to Canada on the Global Express 6000 to catch up with Prince was filled at F1 speed. The party and the adventure of discovery never stops on My Name is Khan. Look out 2012.

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