Because leading with a big picture of Adolf Hitler is probably not good...
This week was the week of the obvious:
We discovered that Bernie Ecclestone is a possibly clueless old man who often seems to speak or do, without first thinking about what he's going to say.
We discovered that restrictor plate racing in NASCAR tends to result in big wrecks.
We discovered that motorcycle riders are indestructible (or so it seems)
And finally we discovered that Justin Wilson is quite good on road courses, and that the best driver will tend to win in a spec series.
Although that is to take nothing away from Dale Coyne and his team, who showed that perhaps there is hope for Indycar.
Also, listen out for Midweek Motorsport show on www.radiolemans.com, Wednesday, 8pm UK, 3pm Eastern, 12pm Pacific, 9am for surfers and on Itunes long after we are all worm food.
Just in case anyone is still wondering why Mayfield hasn’t entered for Chicagoland, place yourself on the receiving end of this phone call.
‘Hello, I’m well publicised possible meth head and serial mutinist Jeremy Mayfield, and I want your money.’
Jacques is looking for an F1 drive in 2010. Codemasters have the rights, Jacques.
Unfortunately, it will be on the same driver, in the same car.
Christ, is it that time again?
Do you think Nicky knows what an oxymoron is?
The Truck Series may be the third national touring series, with teams constantly under financial pressure, several sub-par drivers and next to no recognition outside of the U.S, but you can't ignore this.
The WTCC has the quietest milestone in history, with the Brazilian taking the series’ 100th race.
Well, when you’re that short I imagine it is far easier to end up with your foot in your mouth.
Petter's deal to run a C4 in Finland has reportedly hit a snag.
I imagine something like the fact he would be asked to crash to make Sebastien Loeb look better was a major one.
Apparently Will has been "an asset" to the team at Penske.
His duties include making coffee, holding doors open, cleaning the toilets and doing Helio’s tax returns.
Carl Edwards to Kyle Busch after Daytona’s last lap pile up.
“At least you didn’t have to run to the finish.”
I’m sure those of you of an age remember the Stretch Armstrong toys, that you could bend, stretch, squash and generally abuse with no real effect.
Jorge is made of the same stuff, after managing a third place with a dislocated shoulder and broken foot.
I can’t decide what the biggest shock of the weekend was.
That Pedrosa and Honda won, or that Pedrosa didn’t have some bit or another seemingly being held on with Duct Tape.
It was a tale of the sublime and ridiculous for Stewart-Haas, with Tony up front and in view all race, yet Ryan Newman (despite “Wide Open Coverage”) managed to get less publicity than Dave Blaney.
Justin has won an Indycar race.
He denies he’s going to NASCAR (or USF1).