Problems in Korea

Problems in Korea

Post by News » Fri, 03 Sep 2010 02:48:28


Quote:

> http://tinyurl.com/24tpmco

> Still no tarmac - it's very unlikely that Karun Chandhok will test the RB,
> unless it's fitted with tractor tyres.  RB could send out the Crash Kid, he
> could learn how to avoid bumps.

> Worse that that -

> the kitchens of the team hospitality units ? which they usually expect to come
> fully equipped, especially at a new Tilke circuit ? have a pipe for cold water,
> and another for hot. It really is a case of bringing everything, including the
> kitchen sink?

What else is needed for (deep) Kim Chee?
 
 
 

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Post by News » Fri, 03 Sep 2010 03:03:32

Quote:

> News wrote...


>>> http://tinyurl.com/24tpmco

>>> Still no tarmac - it's very unlikely that Karun Chandhok will test the RB,
>>> unless it's fitted with tractor tyres.  RB could send out the Crash Kid, he
>>> could learn how to avoid bumps.

>>> Worse that that -

>>> the kitchens of the team hospitality units ? which they usually expect to come
>>> fully equipped, especially at a new Tilke circuit ? have a pipe for cold water,
>>> and another for hot. It really is a case of bringing everything, including the
>>> kitchen sink?

>> What else is needed for (deep) Kim Chee?

> It's looking like a dogs breakfast - but then again...

> Roast poodle, deep fried spaniel, boxer burger, alsation in oyster sauce,
> Braised St Bernard short ribs with horseradish mash...

> I don't think the kennel club are sponsoring the event.

AKC = Asiatic Kim Chee

 
 
 

Problems in Korea

Post by Bigbir » Fri, 03 Sep 2010 03:15:45

Quote:

> News wrote...


> > > http://tinyurl.com/24tpmco

> > > Still no tarmac - it's very unlikely that Karun Chandhok will
> > > test the RB, unless it's fitted with tractor tyres.  RB could
> > > send out the Crash Kid, he could learn how to avoid bumps.

> > > Worse that that -

> > > the kitchens of the team hospitality units ? which they usually
> > > expect to come fully equipped, especially at a new Tilke circuit
> > > ? have a pipe for cold water, and another for hot. It really is a
> > > case of bringing everything, including the kitchen sink?

> > What else is needed for (deep) Kim Chee?

> It's looking like a dogs breakfast - but then again...

> Roast poodle, deep fried spaniel, boxer burger, alsation in oyster
> sauce, Braised St Bernard short ribs with horseradish mash...

> I don't think the kennel club are sponsoring the event.

I Spitz on your Shih Tzu menu

No Bolognese, no Chow Chow, no Yorkshire Terrier pudding, no baked
Alaskan or Neopolitan not even a Dunker, a Malteser or Bassets
allsort...and what about the Hot Dogs?

This talk of food has given me the Mucuchies.

--
Bigbird
#
You'll be laughing when I'm dead!

 
 
 

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Post by APLe » Fri, 03 Sep 2010 06:43:30



Quote:

> http://tinyurl.com/24tpmco

> Still no tarmac - it's very unlikely that Karun Chandhok will test the
> RB, unless it's fitted with tractor tyres.  RB could send out the
> Crash Kid, he could learn how to avoid bumps.

> Worse that that -

> the kitchens of the team hospitality units ? which they usually expect
> to come fully equipped, especially at a new Tilke circuit ? have a
> pipe for cold water, and another for hot. It really is a case of
> bringing everything, including the kitchen sink?

Surely the inspections have *already* been done and the reporter just
heard about it?

However, the race is now less than 2 months away and time *is* running
out. I'm sure construction is ongoing, despite what some unnamed person
happens to post on an excuse for a proper website.

 
 
 

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Post by Bigbir » Fri, 03 Sep 2010 06:54:39

Quote:



> > http://tinyurl.com/24tpmco

> > Still no tarmac - it's very unlikely that Karun Chandhok will test
> > the RB, unless it's fitted with tractor tyres.  RB could send out
> > the Crash Kid, he could learn how to avoid bumps.

> > Worse that that -

> > the kitchens of the team hospitality units ? which they usually
> > expect to come fully equipped, especially at a new Tilke circuit ?
> > have a pipe for cold water, and another for hot. It really is a
> > case of bringing everything, including the kitchen sink?

> Surely the inspections have already been done and the reporter just
> heard about it?

> However, the race is now less than 2 months away and time is running
> out. I'm sure construction is ongoing, despite what some unnamed
> person happens to post on an excuse for a proper website.

Did you not read the article or did you simply not understand it?

--
Bigbird
#
You'll be laughing when I'm dead!

 
 
 

Problems in Korea

Post by MW » Fri, 03 Sep 2010 14:44:44


Quote:

> http://tinyurl.com/24tpmco

> Still no tarmac - it's very unlikely that Karun Chandhok will test the RB,
> unless it's fitted with tractor tyres.  RB could send out the Crash Kid,
> he
> could learn how to avoid bumps.

> Worse that that -

> the kitchens of the team hospitality units ? which they usually expect to
> come
> fully equipped, especially at a new Tilke circuit ? have a pipe for cold
> water,
> and another for hot. It really is a case of bringing everything, including
> the
> kitchen sink?

Well, how specific and though-out are FIA regs? Specifically, do they say
anything about prohibiting rally cars? <g>

MW