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For those of you not closely following, NOTY 2010 is into part two of the first round voting, which includes Leviticus Payne. Lets make him succeed where Iris failed! If you don't have it bookmarked, vote here.
Any other F1 fans out there? Thoughts on today's Grand Prix of Malaysia?
- What a start by Renault, especially Heidfeld. Really impressive after last race. As the announcers say every race, Kubica must feel so frustrated to not be in that car.
- Also what a start by Schumacher, ran much better than teammate Rosberg, who out-qualified him. I'm a Schumacher fan so that was nice to see.
- Even without Varsha, I love this announcing crew. Hobbs is my favorite. Matchett gets on my nerves on occassion with what I perceive as a McLaren bias, but his technical insight is invaluable. Will Buxton has filled in for Peter Windsor wonderfully; lots of energy, knowledge, and always well-spoken. Nothing lost in that transition at all. Hope that Peter landed back on his feet after the USGP disaster last year.
- The DRS really does seem to aid in overtaking. Gimmicky or not, at least it works, unlike other attempts by the rules officials at this in past years.
- Extremely impressive effort by HRT to get within about 6% of the top teams in lap-time performance after the off-season and first race they had. I still doubt they'll live to see the 2012 season, but I'm still happy for them in the meantime.
- Will Red Bull ever get their KERS system working? Will they ever need to, really?
- I'm a little disappointed there wasn't any rain during the race (or qualifying). That always makes things more interesting. Seems like there's always rain in Malaysia.
- Any thoughts on what this 'special announcement' about the Austin GP track on Tues evening might be about? Will be televised on Speed at 8pm.
Final classification: 1. S Vettel 2. J Button 3. N Heidfeld(!) 4. M Weber 5. F Massa 6. F Alonso 7. L Hamilton 8. K Kobayashi 9. M Schumacher 10. P DiResta
For those that don't closely follow F1, the next race (along with qualifying and practice) will be televised on Speed TV next weekend. Check your local listings! It's a great sport, and Speed TV does a great job of supporting it.
The #4 Michigan Softball team mercied Purdue for a second straight game today by a score of 10-0. This is the third back to back mercy rule win for the Woverines thus far this year.
Michigan was led my the strong arm of Stephanie Speierman who pitched 4.1 innings. Stephanie walked the bases loaded in the fourth with one out and JT came in and struck out the final two batters of the innings. Purdue only managed 2 hits today.
My pick for All-American Ashley Lane was the offensive hero today. She went 2 for 3 with 4 RBIs and a run scored. Ashley now leads the team in HRs and RBIs. Not to shabby hitting from the number 5 slot.
Colie Sappingfield also contributed by going 1 for 2 with 2 RBIs and 2 runs scored. Dorian Shaw's bat came alive today by going 2 for 3 with an RBI and a run scored.
These were both impressive wins considering the first three games at home were duds. I guess we are a warm weather team.
Final round is about to start with CBS coverage starting at 2. Post any and all thoughts/opinions/golf is not a sport diatribes here.
Rory McIlroy is the leader at -12, with Angel Cabrera, K.J. Choi, Jason Day and Charl Schwartzel all at -8. Tiger's back at -5 after a 3rd round 74, showing again that Tiger Woods 2.0 is still in the testing phases.
Looks like McIlroy's tournament to lose although it only takes a couple shots at AN to fall far in a hurry.