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Pemain legenda F1 Road Comic racing

F1 Road Comic racing atau balap F1 merupakan salah satu jenis olahraga yang sudah sangat terkenal sejak dulu. Dalam sejarah panjang perhelatan balap F1 atau formula 1, terlahir beberapa pebelap legenda yang mencetak rekor-rekor tak terkalahkan. Berikut ini adalah 5 pebalap F1 terbaik yang menjadi legenda dunia.

Ayrton Senna

Pebalap kebanggaan masyarakat yang bernama lengkap Ayrton Senna de Silva ini patut mendapatkan sebutan legenda karea prestasinya yang luar biasa. Dalam keikutsertaanya di ajang balap ini, Senna berhasil menyabet gelar juara dunia sebanyak 3 kali, yaitu pada 1988, 1990 dan 1991. Sepanjang karirnya sebagai pebalap, Senna mendapatkan 41 kemenangan dan 65 kali pole position. Sayangnya, ajang di sirkuit San Marino menjadi aksi terakhirnya karena mengalami kecelakaan yang fatal.

 

Michale Schumacher

Pemain Ferrari ini memulai koleksi gelar juaranya saat tergabung dalam tim Benneton. Dua tahun berturut-turut, 1994 dan 1995, Schumacher memenangi kejuaraan balap dunia bersama tim tersebut. Setelahnya, Schumi kembali merebut gelar tersebut 5 kali berturut-turut bersama komik buku Ferrari. Dengan kemenangan-kemengangan tersebut, sangat pantas untuk menyebut pebalap asal Jerman yang telah pensiun tersebut dengan gelar pebalap legenda F1 Road Comic racing yang bisa dijudikan di situs casino sbobet dan ibcbet.

 

WATCHMEN:

I was both excited and scared about going to see Watchmen, as it had the potential to be amazing or really really sucky. I am a massive fan of the book and only last night realised that I first read it nearly 20 years ago. Of course being 11 I didn’t GET it but I enjoyed what I did understand. Years later I re-read it and again loved it. There is just so so much in it that no matter how many times you read it you will always find soemthing new in it.

I can understand why Alan Moore doesn’t want his name connected with the movie. Any attempt at converting his works into films have been, lets say, less than great. My favourite graphic Novel, V for Vendetta,was so mangled in the cinematic version that i almost left the cinema during the terrible Benny Hill scene. But I didn’t and I still bought the DVD cos V looked great even if the story was raped.

Zack Snyder’s (the director of Watchmen) version of frank Miller’s 300 was amazing. It took the comic and basically turned the static images into moving ones, more or less the same thing that Robert Rodriguezdid with Frank Miller’s other graphic novel series Sin City. These movies proved that a graphic novel doesn’t need a massive re-write to work on the big screen.

 

READER’S REAL LIFE ROAD CREW STORIES#1

I was in Atlanta, Georgia, USA and it was about 1977. I was in a band playing some gigs down there and we had some down time, so our “manager” said we could pick up some extra money being roadies for this band called “Hot Pockets” no lie that was their name!