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The main difference is button placement (apart from Hamilton's brake bias setup). I believe drivers in other teams have steering wheel preferences. Not sure Autosport or F1 Racing have ever done a feature rounding up the differences.
It's been a few years since I was last there, but I started a thread about my trip which includes some suggestions: http://www.styleforum.net/t/268090/weekend-in-san-diego/0_30 In general, go to pacific beach. Maybe mission beach (although I've never been). little Italy has a lot of restaurants - craft and commerce isn't far and was very trendy when I had a few drinks there. La Jolla is very nice little area just north of pb. The downtown/gas lamp district is great for...
Make introductions and start up a conversation between them. Normal guests will do the rest themselves. Circulate around the party chatting with different groups of guests.
Was the victim of your bad day ever put on notice for his obnoxious behavior? Also, I think companies are very wary of wrongful termination.
Yes he will. And he'll probably remember to bring his knife to punish any suckers that dare give him too little money. I rarely give money (mostly cause I don't carry much cash) but I do from time to time if the mood grabs me.
Documentary of Fernando Alonso's last race with Ferrari. Spanish but with English subtitles. Part One: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/k4yzEP2JVbwhhf9x4r2 Part Two: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2d07ge_fernando-alonso-documentary-my-last-race-at-ferrari-part-2_tv
Bought and decorated a christmas tree for the parents' house.
What a crappy end of the year. Found out last week I didn't get the job I interviewed for. Did a lot to prep for it - invested in some new clothes, prep material, plus a lot of time during a busy week at the office. I think I did as well as I could and walked away with no regrets. Unfortunately, I started to get excited about the opportunity of leaving with more money, a more prestigious company and potentially more interesting work. Not to mention the timing of the move...
Was watching Runaway Train last night but fell asleep. Will power through it tonight.
I sometimes find Jackie annoying. Usually because he doesn't ever seem to pass on an opportunity to offer a quote on most subjects. Also, his very interesting book was probably 100 or so pages too long (because he talked too much). Anyway, I do admire his achievements as a driver, businessman, team owner, and safety activist. Watching Roman Polanski's movie featuring him during the Monaco Grand Prix weekend was a treat. I think it was called "Weekend with a Champion".
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