Month: December 2018

Trade from Renault to Honda Makes Sense on Many Levels for Red Bull

Well, after all, it is called Formula One racing, not Formula One parking, so it seems only logical that Red Bull would saunter into the dealer’s and seek something more reliable than the Renault power on which they thrived and starved on over the past 10 year. Honda might not be the ideal answer, after…

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All We Want for Christmas is Our Two Front Knees

Footy is apparently much harder on the knees than ispraying, although we are hardly the experts when it comes to either. Our infrequent encounters with the Sherrin found us nursing a broken nose at one time and our praying is generally uttered while running and simultaneously saying, “God, if you get us out of this…

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Maguire Looks to Lead Wests and Brooks to 2019 NRL Finals

The Wests Tigers seem to inhabit that rugby twilight zone. Just outside finals in the Telstra 2018 NRL Premiership competition in ninth position, it may be generous to say they were just outside, as there was a six-point gap between Wests and New Zealand, but we say just outside for being one spot below the…

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