Share Share H.E Victoria Glynis Dean, British High Commissioner to Dominica and H.E Charles Savarin, President of DominicaNew British High Commissioner to Dominica, Her Excellency Victoria Glynis Dean has promised to deepen existing relations between Dominica and the United Kingdom in areas such as Education, job creation and innovation creation.That commitment was made when Ambassador Dean officially presented her letters of credentials to Dominica’s Head of State, His Excellency Charles Savarin on Wednesday January 22, 2014.The new British High Commissioner to Dominica who replaces His Excellency Paul Brummel, said she looks forward to her new post.“I am absolutely delighted and very proud to be the next High Commissioner in this long lasting, deep and important friendship between our two countries.”Assisting Dominica in its reconstruction efforts following the devastation caused by the Christmas Eve Trough system has been identified as priority for the British Government, the new British High Commissioner said.“I was deeply sorry to learn of the devastation caused by the rains over the Christmas period and I know many homes, families and businesses were affected. I understand that there is a very serious reconstruction effort on the way now”. “We stand ready to help as much as we can and in particular the Caribbean Development Bank and the World Bank will be important partners in that reconstruction effort. We will do everything we can to ensure that this money is disbursed smoothly and the bureaucracy is as limited as possible.”The British High Commissioner stated that development assistance through Aid packages will also be forthcoming towards creating jobs, providing assistance to small businesses and tackling climate change issues.The British Government according to the new Ambassador will also assist Dominica in its continued crime and drug fighting efforts.“Tackling drugs and crime I hope will also be an important part of our cooperation. We all know of the scourge of drugs on families, businesses and communities because of the role of traffickers. The British Government has provided some assistance to Dominica in the past on this, and we stand ready to continue that work.”Meanwhile, Dominica’s Head of State H.E. Charles Savarin in welcoming the new British High Commissioner to Dominica, expressed confidence that both countries will continue to expand on existing bi-relations.“I have every confidence that you will continue the work of your predecessors in strengthening the bonds of friendship and cooperation between Dominica and the United Kingdom and that you will also embrace every opportunity to expand and deepen bi-lateral and multi lateral cooperation as we strive for the development of our two peoples.”Since the establishment of diplomatic relations with the United Kingdom on attaining Independence in 1978, Dominica has benefited and continues to benefit through fruitful bilateral cooperation in human resource development, infrastructural development, security and the fight against crime, and poverty alleviation.Significant EU funded projects in Dominica include the Air Access Improvement Programme, Dominica Social Investment Fund, Waitukubuli National Trail Programme, Eco-Tourism Development Programme and the West Coast Water Supply Project.Government Information Service LocalNews Dominica welcomes new British High Commissioner by: – January 23, 2014 51 Views no discussions Tweet Share Sharing is caring!
Care By Design Market in Farmington will on January 11 host a 2020 Health and Wellness Kickoff Expo designed to help you achieve your health goals in the new year.Classes at 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. will include information about how to incorporate CBD, a green smoothie demo with samples, and “Reframing + Managing Stress and Anxiety”.This free event will be held at Care By Design Market, 32746 Grand River in Farmington. To learn more, follow the business on Facebook. Reported by Farmington Voice Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)
[av_one_full first min_height=” vertical_alignment=” space=” custom_margin=” margin=’0px’ padding=’0px’ border=” border_color=” radius=’0px’ background_color=” src=” background_position=’top left’ background_repeat=’no-repeat’ animation=”][av_heading heading=’Creamline advances in V-League sans Alyssa Valdez ‘ tag=’h3′ style=’blockquote modern-quote’ size=” subheading_active=’subheading_below’ subheading_size=’15’ padding=’10’ color=” custom_font=”]BY ADRIAN STEWART CO[/av_heading][av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”]MANILA – Creamline Cool Smashers continued its winning run in the Premier V-League Open Conference by beating Power Smashers 25-22, 25-21, 25-22 on Wednesday at the San Juan Arena.Veterans Rosemarie Vargas and Pauline Soriano led the way with 15 points apiece while Coleen Bravo added 13 markers for Cool Smashers, which secured a semifinals seat. Despite the absence of Alyssa Valdez, who joined the national women’s volleyball team in training in Japan, Cool Smashers remained formidable to tally its fifth straight victory in as many matches.“What is good with our team is that all our players are ready to play,” said Cool Smashers assistant coach Oliver Almandro. “Our other players are also doing well in the practices and we are glad that it showed in our game.”Power Smashers had a strong start and was ahead by 6 points early before Cool Smashers rallied to tie the count at 20. Vargas scored two straight while Julia Morado had a drop shot to take the opening set for Creamline.Just like in the first set, Power Smashers built another huge lead in second frame but Creamline staged another rally for a 21-all score before Vargas managed clutch hits to complete another come-from-behind set win.In the third set, Power Smashers surged 22-20 after a tight exchange. Creamline quickly erased this for a 22-all deadlock, and then Soriano executed back-to-back points for a straight-set win.Jovelyn Prado finished with 15 points, on 12 attacks, 2 blocks and a service ace, while Regine Arocha added 10 markers for Power Smashers, which slid to a 1-4 win-loss slate./PN[/av_textblock][/av_one_full]
Tay Tung jumped to a double-digit lead in the second set but Leyte mounted a huge fight-back to come to within 15-21. Shots from Deloria and Annikha Cabasac allowed the Thunderbolts to seal the win.“It was not the ending we wanted to see from our players. They were too relaxed late in the second set,” said Tay Tung assistant coach Biboy Calamba. “There are still many things we really need to work on.”After taking a break Tuesday, Tay Tung will resume action Wednesday as it faces Holy Rosary College of Santa Rosa, Laguna./PN Erika Deloria. PHOTO COURTESY OF BIBOY CALAMBA MANILA – Bacolod Tay Tung High School kept its unblemished slate in the Rebisco Volleyball League National Championship with another shutout win on Monday night at the Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig City.The Western Visayas representative made a short work of fellow Visayas squad Leyte National High School 25-14, 25-18 as it moved a win closer to the semifinal round in the weeklong tournament.Erika Deloria earned her third straight Player of the Game citation after leading Tay Tung with 7 markers, including some crucial points at the latter part of the second set.Consecutive highlight plays from Alyssa Bertolano at the onset of the first set gave Tay Tung an early advantage. Leyte kept it close but Tay Tung got hits from Deloria to pull away for good.
The Beermen went on to build a 37-16 lead early in the second period on baskets from Christian Standhardinger and Lassiter but the Hotshots responded with a huge rally to come to within 36-50 at the half.The Beermen were still clinging to a double-digit edge in the third period on inside shots from Fajardo and Standhardinger but the Hotshots threatened to within 62-68 heading into the fourth.SMB made sure, however, that there will still be another match as early spurt from Terrence Romeo and Arwind Santos allowed them to build its biggest lead at 93-71 on a three-point play by Fajardo.Jiovani Jalalon finished with 17 points and eight assists, while Ian Sangalang and Rafael Reavis contributed 14 and 13 markers, respectively, for the Hotshots./PN San Miguel Beermen’s June Mar Fajardo shoots over the outstretch arms of Magnolia Hotshots’ Rafael Reavis. PBA MANILA – San Miguel Beermen kept its title retention bid alive with a 98-86 victory over Magnolia Hotshots in Game 6 of the 2019 Honda PBA Philippine Cup finals last night at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.June Mar Fajardo led the way with double-double 23 points and 18 rebounds, while Marcio Lassiter and Chris Ross added 20 and 17 markers, respectively, for the Beermen.The victory allowed the Beermen to level the race-to-four championship series to 3-3 and keeping its quest for fifth straight All-Filipino Cup title alive in do-or-die Game 7 on Wednesday.The Beermen got its shooting touch early as they surged to a 20-10 advantage on triples from Ross. The Hotshots came to within eight but five straight points by SMB gave them a 25-12 edge.
Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Week seven in high school football was a solid one in the area, and tonight conference play continues for most teams around Northeast Ohio, and there’s a number of great matchups in and around the area, and NEO Sports Insiders will be at many of them!NEO Sports Insiders will be at SEVEN area games – and our broadcast partner AM 930 WEOL will be live broadcasting three games – make sure to listen as well as you will hear our reporters on during halftime and on the postgame scoreboard show!Game one will feature Lorain at Sandusky. The Titans are riding four game winning streak into week seven after defeating Shaw a week ago 34-7. In the win, Titan’s running back Carlos Chavis rushed for 169 yards and had a pair of touchdowns. The Blue Streaks have been flawless this year, but faced a scare last week in a 28-26 win over Bellevue. Sandusky trailed in the closing minutes of the game, but stole away the victory when quaterback Ja’Vez Alexander hit Keith Williams on a 29-yard touchdown pass. Pregame begins at 6:30pm. Click HERE to Listen to that Game!Game Two features Columbia on the road Clearview. The Clippers earned their second win of the season a week ago when the trounced Oberlin 43-13. The Clippers were led with a strong rushing attack by Drew Engle who posted 156 yards and a touchdown. Columbia bounced back from the week five loss to Black River with 41-7 win over Lutheran West. Sophomore running back Brandon Coleman was at his best rushing past the Long Horns for Lorain County when he rushed for 191 yards and five touchdowns. Pregame begins at 6:30pm!Click HERE to Listen to Game 2!The Third Game will feature Copley at Highland. The Hornets struggled last week in a 43-10 loss to Aurora. Copley stands atop the Suburban League American Division standings at 5-1. Last week they picked up a 35-7 win over Tallmadge. Pregame begins at 6:30pm. To hear the game live, click on the Link Below!Click HERE for Game 3! Related TopicsAM930 WEOLClearviewHigh School FootballLorainSandusky Matt Loede
FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai Peninsula Education Association and Kenai Peninsula Educational Support Association still remain without a contract after their last bargaining session which took place over a month ago. Contract negotiations are set to reconvene on August 13 with the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District. David Brighton, KPEA President: “We have three sticking points with the District. The first is that we need to remove the healthcare cap. The second is we can’t agree with the district who says we’ll sign off on a contract now and figure the details out at the healthcare committee later. We need to know what the healthcare benefits are going forward. And finally we need to be sure that employees will take home a paycheck and not be forced to write a check to the district for the cost for their healthcare.” The associations voted on May 22 to authorize a strike over rising healthcare costs. The strike will take place this fall unless an agreement can be reached with the School District. KPBSD offered ideas for a new contract at the meeting on June 11, which took place just weeks after the two associations voted to strike. Both the Kenai Peninsula Education Association and the Kenai Peninsula Educational Support Association have been in negotiations with the District since February of 2018.
Athletics The IAAF has been accused of “blatant racism” by the ruling party of South Africa, the African National Congress, over its new regulations on testosterone levels. On Thursday the IAAF introduced the regulations aimed at athletes with differences of sex development. The rules limit the testosterone levels of female athletes competing over distances between 400m and a mile. The rules will have an impact on Caster Semenya, South Africa’s world and Olympic 800m champion, who now has to take medication to lower her testosterone levels to keep competing at that distance. The South African minister of sport, Tokozile Xasa, described them as “Caster Semenya Regulations as they are designed to disadvantage Caster in her career”. The ANC spokesman Pule Mabe also compared the new IAAF regulations to government policies in apartheid South Africa. “The regulations are a painful reminder of our past where an unjust government specifically legislated laws for certain activists in society to stifle their fight against an unjust system,” he said. “The IAAF uses the same tactic to exclude those who have defined the past decade as champions and treasures of their home countries. We call on government to challenge this grossly unfair, unjust and blatant racist attempt by the IAAF to the court of arbitration for sport. “The ANC has always understood sport as a unifier and a tool to bring people and nations together. It is for this reason and many that the ANC cannot ignore the attempt by the IAAF to discriminate and exclude athletes. These new regulations infringe on the human rights of athletes, targeting mainly those in east Europe, Asia and the African continent. The racial undertones of this cannot go unnoticed.” Xasa added: “South Africans and all progressive people of the world must unite and support Caster and all affected athletes in this regard. Caster is not just an athlete to people of South Africa – she represents their hopes and aspirations. She is a pathfinder to the rural poor and downtrodden, she is an affirmation of black excellence. She undermines a stereotype that nothing good will ever come from the rural villages.” The secretary general of the women’s league of the ANC, Meokgo Matuba, described the new regulations as the culmination of a “concerted effort to please some of the sore racist losers who cannot afford to see a black female South African athlete dominating the world”. The backlash in South Africa comes at a time when a number of leading experts in statistics, sports science, and bioethics are raising serious concerns about the study that underpins the new IAAF regulations. This study was conducted by Dr Stéphane Bermon and Dr Pierre-Yves Garnier at the 2011 and 2013 world championships. The authors claimed to have found that “in certain events female athletes with high testosterone levels benefit from a 1.8 per cent to 4.5 per cent advantage over female athletes with lower testosterone levels”. The methodology that produced those figures has been discredited, and the validity of the entire study widely questioned. In a recent blog published by the British Journal of Sports Medicine three academics, Simon Franklin, Jonathan Ospina Betancurt, and Dr Silvia Camporesi write: “Contrary to what IAAF claims, science is not [on] its side.” The authors believe the Bermon study was “significantly flawed”, some of its conclusions the “result of pure chance” and that the “IAAF have cherry-picked a few events for which a statistically significant correlation was shown in the original Bermon/Garnier study, and applied restrictions on athletes only for those events. This constitutes a seriously wrong application of scientific findings.” Like Xasa, they believe that the new regulations “seem targeted towards Caster Semenya.”
Gary 22 4,436 Forums Home 0 B-Rich 5,159 4,436 Posted July 13, 2006 By ShaftDu, July 13, 2006 in Sports Logo News Gary buckeyes I like the Wild’s alt–a lot here don’t.I look colorful baseball uniforms as well. 3 Link to post 0 662 posts Share this post 0 Members 744 posts 0 0 Posted July 13, 2006 0 Posted July 13, 2006 Link to post Share on other sites Sports Logos Posted July 13, 2006 Link to post Share on other sites 0 i like the green atlanta hawks jerseys, i love the black lions jerseys, green red sox package, and i hate to say this but oregons new uniforms. i think they would be better without the metal patches but i like the uniform. BBM 8 The royals vested uniforms from last year and such.I love black and blue, and I thought it looked awesome, especially their road jersey! (Hell I got a replica royals road jersey 2 years ago!)I can see why the royals ditched the black, they of course couldve just went back to blue sleeves underneath the vest. 744 Share on other sites Posted July 13, 2006 0 Share this post 156 Alright… I’ll bite.I like fashion color MLB hats. Nothing crazy… no pink or purple where it doesn’t belong, but tastefully done, I like it. The original Spike Lee red yankees hat was kind of a stroke of genius. Personally, I own a Carolina blue Cleveland Indians 5950, and I love it.Now, don’t get me wrong… this, this, and (gag) this are pretty fugly… but I do definitely like this, and especially the St. Patrick’s Day versions like this. Link to post Location:Effington Link to post Share this post SportsLogo 5 0 Location:Belleville, ON, CA 1,555 7,233 posts Posted July 13, 2006 Love the Islander Fisherman and Bucco Bruce. Always have. Link to post 96 Link to post 22 2 Share on other sites steiny_ramone Link to post Members ZapRowsdower8 Glendale Demons 2020 Members Posted July 13, 2006 Page 1 of 5 22 Sens altWild altIsles FishermanThrashers altFlames alt Link to post Share this post Link to post Guilty Pleasures 14,934 posts 2,565 posts Sports Logos 0 8 Share on other sites 2 Share this post 0 10,482 posts CubsFanBudMan Link to post 1 0 HeShootseyScores Members BBM 8 Members 399 Competent Goofball Dad Posted July 13, 2006 0 0 0 SabreGuy Share this post Sodboy13 Share on other sites 0 Love the Islander Fisherman and Bucco Bruce. Always have. *sigh* I’ll admit that too… I liked the Islanders fisherman. Not the colors, but the actual fisherman.I’m even more ashamed of that now, because I want the Slugalo to get the Fisherman treatment in Buffalo. Link to post Sign in to follow this 0 744 Share this post Link to post 0 DEAD! Members DEAD! Share on other sites Members 1,555 741 posts Link to post Page 1 of 5 Members Posted July 13, 2006 I love the Brewers “ball-in-glove” logo. It’s modern, the colours are great and it really relates to the nickname “BREWERS”………… .Sorry! I couldn’t hold back the laughter. I was lying the whole time….DEATH TO THE BALL-IN-GLOVE LOGO!!! Share this post Posted July 13, 2006 DGivens87 ShaftDu ZapRowsdower8 I also liked the fisherman islanders logo Recommended Posts 2,669 posts EddieJ1984 156 1,605 posts Members Members Location:St. Catharines, ON 0 Posted July 13, 2006 fonz CCSLC award winner Members 0 Share this post this is funto go along with my combo fetishyeah, i will admit I did like the Falcons going red top with black pants, I will admit to that. Hell that combo is what I ususally play as on Madden. CubsFanBudMan Posted July 13, 2006 Posted July 13, 2006 Share this post 0 Link to post Members 96 0 DGivens87 Members Sodboy13 Love the Islander Fisherman and Bucco Bruce. Always have. *sigh* I’ll admit that too… I liked the Islanders fisherman. Not the colors, but the actual fisherman.I’m even more ashamed of that now, because I want the Slugalo to get the Fisherman treatment in Buffalo. Great to hear I’m not the only one who actually like the Islander Fisherman design. The colours were brutal, but I liked the logo for some reason. Share this post 100 posts Phoenix is a bangwagon town 0 0 SabreGuy 1 Location:SURPRISE, AZ Share on other sites Share on other sites SabreGuy 0 744 posts Next 0 1,555 OnWis97 Share on other sites Members 1,555 Location:Long Island, NY 0 Posted July 13, 2006 Member No. 14 0 399 Followers 1 Share on other sites 4 0 0 Guilty Pleasures – Isles Fisherman- Devil Rays original “Rainbow” look- The insanity of the WLAF, circa 1995- The Canucks’ Flying V- The 1996 Baltimore Bandits, with diagonal purple gradient striping that could give Paul Lukas an aneurysm- The originally proposed graphite Jays road uniforms. My, how they’ve grown on me.Fact is, the collection in my closet could make any traditionalist’s blood boil. If JQK were to come to my place and have a gander, he’d punch my lights out.”The Memphis &%$@ing Maniax?!?” *POW* Share on other sites 1,489 posts Members Sports Logo News 0 Posted July 13, 2006 Share on other sites Stampman 0 Posted July 13, 2006 1,555 Location:Old Metairie, LA Share on other sites 5,159 ShaftDu B-Rich ShaftDu Members fonz Posted July 13, 2006 Link to post It should always be Christmas in New Jersey All Activity Share this post Share on other sites Piping Free 0 You don’t kill people you don’t know. That’s a rule. Sports Logo News Location:Belleville, ON, CA Link to post 0 I like the Thrashers’ third jersey. I know it’s odd and unconventional, and I am a traditionalist when it comes right down to it, but the colors, the striping, hell even that one dark blue ATLANTA sleeve is cool. I know most people here hate it, but I’m a fan. I’ll think of more later. OnWis97 Sign in to follow this Share this post Posted July 13, 2006 1 399 ShaftDu Location:PIT-IND-TB-IND-TB-PDX Share on other sites Posted July 13, 2006 Share on other sites I like the Bruins alts, I just hate the stupid bear.I like the Red Sox red alts, I think they look good on the field.I like the Padres 1994(?)-2002 road jerseys…those looked nice also.But my biggest guilty pleasure are these… 744 Share this post Link to post 43 posts 4,760 posts SportsLogos.Net 0 Share this post 156 2,062 posts 1,151 1,555 Memories… 0 But my biggest guilty pleasure are these… Word. Magenta and Orange, Anaheim, 1974-75. What a unusual, original uni that speaks of time and place. I purchased a So. Cal. Sun logo t-shirt from Section 219- Classic Sports Logos a few years back, and actually wore it to an Angels game at the Sun’s home stadium in Anaheim, just for the irony.My other “guilty pleasures”:- Anything from the WFL- Lime green (Orlando Thunder and Portland Storm jerseys, etc.)- Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ old look- Tampa Bay Rowdies’ funky look with striped sleeves and collars Posted July 13, 2006 1. The pumpkin Tampa Bay Bucs. Love those.2. The orange-striped Astros3. (This should not be a guilty pleasure, but since you all hate it…) The Christmas Devils. Best. Hockey. Jersey. Ever.4. Some of the 1980’s powder blue road uniforms (twins, expos, phillies, royals, etc.) Link to post Share on other sites All Activity Members buckeyes SportsLogos.Net 96 0 0 I love the Brewers “ball-in-glove” logo. It’s modern, the colours are great and it really relates to the nickname “BREWERS”………… .Sorry! I couldn’t hold back the laughter. I was lying the whole time….DEATH TO THE BALL-IN-GLOVE LOGO!!! , couldn’t agree with you more, but I do like the 2 tone blue of the Grizzlies, but that would be the only guilty pleasure I have 4,436 0 EddieJ1984 This topic is now closed to further replies. Share this post Share this post 0 SabreGuy 0 Some animals are more equal than others. 1,151 Share on other sites 5,159 Favourite Logos:Barcelona DragonsHartford WhalersUS Soccer RattlesnakeJoliet Slammers “J-Bird”NBA All-Star New Orleans Crawfish 27,465 posts Share this post HeShootseyScores 1 Link to post 4 28,703 posts Share this post 0 Members Prev Stampman 19,561 posts Share this post Share on other sites It didn’t hit me until last night’s All-Star Game, but I’m ashamed to admit I like the Mets new gradient batting helmets. It reminded me of a modern-day version of the front-panel looks of my youth, like the Blue Jays and Brewers. I like the concept more than I like it for the Mets specifically.I know I’ve stated on here before that the Mets need to dump black, and I still think they should revert to the blue-orange only, but I don’t think it’s going to happen, especially with the sales success reported recently on here. I actually like some of the combos. I just wish they’d use it less (much like I wish the Cubs wouldn’t wear the blue alt at home).So, I’m chalking the Mets up as a lost cause, as much as I’d like to see them go traditional. Also, I liked the Rockies’ black alt with purple sleeves. I think it’s OK to try new things, especially with expansion teams.Not sure I’d get ripped for it, but I like the Jaguars’ teal jersey-black pants combo (even better when they had stripes) and the Titans’ light-blue alt with navy pants combos. A lot. 0 1,857 posts Location:East Providence 5 Prev Go To Topic Listing SportsLogo Forums Home 3 Members Next I love everything about the Tampa Bay Devil Rays current look. I love that shade of green and I would rank it as one of my favorite caps. I kind of like the Broncos unis, but especially the orange alts. I wish they would go to them full time! Location:Nashville 1 Followers 1 Members 0 steiny_ramone 1,151 alright, first off, I really love these forums. I have always been a fan of sport fashion and uniforms. When everyone was waiting to see how their team was going to shape up in the off season, I was the one who was wondering on who was changing their unis. I am a fan of uniwatch and the ‘making it better’ columns on Page 2. And since finding out about these forums, I knew I have found others like myself.With that being said, man there is a lot of negative posts and feelings on these forums. I see a lot of ‘I hate this…’ or ‘Worst logo’ or ‘ oh no not another….’ posts. Which got me thinking, what do people actually like nowadays. The problem on these forums is that the moment you mention you like something that not everyone likes, then you get 10 replies stating that you must be on crack for liking that.I have some things I like that isn’t popular with you folks. I think it would be an interesting topic discussion to have things you like that the ‘majority’ might not. Why not?Okay here the rules, state something you like that you know you would get 10 replies stating that you shouldn’t. And tell us why you like it? Why do you like a certain style or maybe a certain logo. And remember, DON”T REPLY TO ANYONE”s GuiLTY Pleasure.Alright, I will start. I like it when a team especially a football team comes out with different combos. Yes, I like the Bengals equipment manager. I like it when a team with 3 tops and 2 pants go crazy with different combos. Why not? Why do we have to be the same unis every week. Why not have orange on white or black and black. Be different once in a while. Are you listening Texans or Panthers? I like seeing eagle wear black with green pants. It looks cool when they do it for a special occasion.see… now your turn, what is your guilty pleasures, come on lets have some fun 741 posts Guilty Pleasures
Max Verstappen; photo: Red Bull Content PoolMax Verstappen won the 70th anniversary of the F1 Game at. The Red Bull driver overtook the Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Valteri Botas on Silverstone.The weather on the day of the race was wonderful: almost 23 degrees in the air and a little over 40 degrees on the track.Kimi Raikkonen slowed down as he set off for the warm-up lap. At the start, Valteri Botas took a clear lead, but in the middle of the first round Lewis Hamilton attacked. Max Verstappen took third place. Daniel Ricciardo also attacked Nico Hulkenberg, but failed. The German was fourth, and Lance Stroll took advantage of the maneuver of the Renault driver and overtook him, becoming fifth.Ricciardo was sixth, followed by Pierre Gasley, Lando Norris, Alex Albon and Charles Leclerc. Sebastian Vettel was last after turning on the way out of the first turn.⚫️⚫️⚫️⚫️⚫️⚫️⚫️⚫️⚫️⚫️LIGHTS OUT!!!The 70th Anniversary Grand Prix is GO!Follow all the action >> https://t.co/LpbrMcOApM# F170 🇬🇧 # F1 pic.twitter.com/N96WicMxl3– Formula 1 (@ F1) August 9, 2020LAP 1/52Great start from Verstappen – he gets past Hulkenberg and is up to P3. And Bottas has held off his team mate Hamilton to keep the lead 👀# F170 🇬🇧 # F1 pic.twitter.com/e6YgHkHted– Formula 1 (@ F1) August 9, 2020Problems for Seb off the start – he’s spun!He’s now running in P18 # F170 🇬🇧 # F1 pic.twitter.com/beoc22Mxuc– Formula 1 (@ F1) August 9, 2020In the fifth of 52 rounds, Botas was just over a second to 1.5 seconds ahead of Hamilton. Verstappen was 2.4 seconds behind the Englishman. At this point, Walter received a message that the front and rear left tires were “critical.” He started with a medium, as well as 8 other drivers in the top 10. Only Verstappen chose hard for the start.Albon was in boxing in the seventh lap, put hard. In the next round, Gasley did the same. Magnussen and Latifi also stopped in the box.Botas’s lead over his teammate was still just over a secondThe difference was the same between Hamilton and Verstappen. Max was warned about the distance to Hamilton and that it didn’t affect his tires well.“Friend, this is the only way to be close to the Mercedes, I will not just soak here like a grandmother!” Was the dissatisfied response of the Dutch pilot.“The rear tires are worn,” Lewis said on the radio.In the 13th round, Verstappen attacked Hamilton and Botas entered the pit. The Finn put on a hard.LAP 11/52Red Bull radio Verstappen asking him to look after the tyres and hold back a little – but he’s having none of it!Max 📻 „Mate, this is the only chance I’m getting to be close to the Mercedes – I’m not just sitting behind like a grandma“ # F170 🇬🇧 # F1 pic.twitter.com/N9szKy1med– Formula 1 (@ F1) August 9, 2020The Englishman was called to the pits, he also took hard tires. He was behind Leclerc, but quickly overtook him. Verstappen was in the lead, followed by Stroll – both without a pit, Botas, Hamilton, Lockler and Sainz (also still unchanged tires). Seventh was Hulkenberg (with boxing), and behind him were Okon, Kwiat, Ricciardo.“Are the tires still OK?” “I’m trying to spare the front left,” Verstappen said on the radio.He was told by Red Bull’s pit bull that he was on track. Racing Point called Stroll in the pie on lap 18, and then Lecler went through the pits.On lap 20, Verstappen was 13.4 seconds ahead of Botas. Hamilton was 2.7 seconds behind his teammate. Lewis was told that the real threat was Verstappen if the Red Bull opponent was on 1 pit stop.“My tires are fine. It’s all right, “Max saidAnd @ Max33Verstappen says his tyres feel good. Another potential one-stopper? It’s him versus @ MercedesAMGF1 – and he might have to try something different. pic.twitter.com/ZkNzETulI5– Pirelli Motorsport (@pirellisport) August 9, 2020In the 25th round, Hamilton announced that there were blisters on the front tire. In the middle of the race distance, Verstappen entered the pie and placed a medium. He came out just behind Botas and immediately attacked. He overtook Valteri and broke away in front of him for more than 1.3 seconds.LAP 27/52Verstappen comes in and puts on a set of mediums – but it’s not a perfect pit stop…# F170 🇬🇧 # F1 pic.twitter.com/hhaqF6tg4X– Formula 1 (@ F1) August 9, 2020“It must have lower tire pressure,” Hamilton suggested to Verstappen. Vettel, on the other hand, told his team on the radio that they had made a serious mistake, although he would continue to fight on the track.“Forget about driving tires, go as far as you can, within the behavior of the tires, of course,” was the next message to Verstappen.Botas was back in the pits on lap 33, and so was Max. They both put hard“There’s something wrong with the car to keep the rear left,” Hamilton said.Then he asked for information about his tires. The answer from the pitwall was that, except for the blister area, the situation was decent. The Englishman was 11 seconds ahead of Verstappen. Lewis asked again about the tires, while Red Bull told Max that they had enough pace if they had to respond to a Mercedes speeding.LAP 36/52Mercedes are keeping Hamilton out on track for now…📻 HAM: „The tyre is ok?“📻 MERC: „Yep, we think the tyre is safe underneath – it’s just the blistering“# F170 🇬🇧 # F1 pic.twitter.com/PZysiap385– Formula 1 (@ F1) August 9, 2020Hamilton barely managed to stop at the entrance to the pitlane on lap 42, picked up a hard and went behind Leclerc. He quickly caught up with Lockler and overtook him. He was 3.7 seconds behind Botas and began to melt the difference compared to his teammate. He caught up with him three rounds before the final. The message from the Mercedes pit was that they were free to compete, just to leave enough space.Lewis overtook Botas two rounds before the checkered flag and quickly broke away from it. At the helm, Verstappen won the race undisturbed, reminding his racing engineer on the last lap to hydrate and disinfect his hands!Career win No. 9️⃣ for @ Max33Verstappen 💪# F170 🇬🇧 # F1 pic.twitter.com/Fk3YEb5PtC– Formula 1 (@ F1) August 9, 2020If you find a spelling mistake, please let us know by highlighting the text and clicking Ctrl+Enter