Saturday, August 13, 2011

win Monza competitions


MONZA – Beady Eye: three ring F1 circus, different gear still speeding, saying to the driver: just drive, -25 days to the deep blue sky :)

On the Vodafone Vip website there are some competitions to win Monza and Manchester (because the great Jenson Button will drive a McLaren through the streets of Manchester on August 29 as part of a three-day festival in the British city), but you can't participate to the competitions if you're not a Vodafone user.

So here's a competition as last year "up for grabs" :) for everybody, to win Monza from Thursday 8 September: meeting all the Formula 1 drivers, taking photos, going around the big park of the circuit, sunbathing :), etc. oh and watching the cars too, lol.
You can download the full programme here.
During that F1 weekend there's also "cosmic girl" Jamiroquai from Manchester (big fan of cars) for the "Formula 1 rocks Milan" (Jamiroquai rocks?), and the first McLaren shop will open soon.
Last year we asked which Oasis song was covered by the McLaren drivers (Wonderwall).

This time: near which famous "Oasis place" Lewis Hamilton (Oasis fan and Pretty Green fan) was born:

a) Earls Court
b) Knebworth
c) Maine Road

answer to marco@oasisblues.com /or/ marco@miamilan.com

And here's the usual Guido-guide :) to the circuit.
Another English car, Wil-LIAMs :), now Nico Rosberg drives a Mercedes, ex (Manchester) Brawn


love is blind :)
They say he’s sweet. Yes, because he speaks English with Italian accent :)
his girlfriend studied in Milan and he's got friends from here.
My sister worked as "umbrella girl" on the grid, not me lol (or maybe not yet ahaha) so I drove some cars on this circuit, I know every corner as my pockets since I was a child.

"We declare that the splendor of the world has been enriched by a new beauty: the beauty of speed. A racing automobile with its bonnet adorned with great tubes like serpents with explosive breath ... a roaring motor car which seems to run on machine-gun fire, is more beautiful than the Victory of Samothrace.
We want to sing the man at the wheel, the ideal axis of which crosses the earth, itself hurled along its orbit."

(Milan Futurism)
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