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sly fox

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1,603 posts

138 months

Wednesday 4th January
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No, really.

https://veganpowered.org/

She doesnt look like a munter either- https://www.facebook.com/leilanimunter/


Munter

27,755 posts

160 months

Wednesday 4th January
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sly fox said:
She doesnt look like a munter either- https://www.facebook.com/leilanimunter/
Oh hi!

(no not really)

Hoofy

64,689 posts

201 months

Wednesday 4th January
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Her "about" page is fantastic. I can't wait until she discovers CrossFit and Christianity shortly before giving her faith up and becoming an atheist, then rediscovering Christ.

TheExcession

11,653 posts

169 months

Wednesday 4th January
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Hoofy said:
Her "about" page is fantastic. I can't wait until she discovers CrossFit and Christianity shortly before giving her faith up and becoming an atheist, then rediscovering Christ.
I thought about about a hehe
Then decided rofl was way more appropriate.
biggrin

ols

91 posts

54 months

Wednesday 4th January
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Wears overalls stating "GO 100% RENEWABLE".

Drives a 200mph+ racing car that runs on a rich mixture of Gasoline & Ethanol.


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FourWheelDrift

71,769 posts

203 months

Wednesday 4th January
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I wonder if her fireproof nomex polymer suit has been made using animal products, not in it's construction but it's manufacture?

lickatysplit

366 posts

49 months

Monday 9th January
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I can't work out if there are backers behind this or is she funds her racing herself and its just a personal statement?
kind of reminds me of the Jesus car in the V8's

77racing

3,196 posts

106 months

Monday 9th January
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click on the first link posted, all answered in second paragraph asking you to donate.............;)

coppice

3,787 posts

63 months

Tuesday 10th January
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Shades of Church of Scientology backed Gp C cars and Jesus Saves F3 car ; but I always thought having your car sponsored by Southern Organs was unimprovable....

Nanook

28,790 posts

106 months

Wednesday 11th January
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If she's good enough, good luck to her, not that she'll need it.

If she gets sponsorship because she's pretty and female and advertises trendy things on her car, that kinda thing bugs me, because there's a good chance that there are loads of people better equipped and experienced that can't get a seat because they look like Pastor Maldonado or something.

RobM77

29,834 posts

153 months

Wednesday 18th January
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Nanook said:
If she's good enough, good luck to her, not that she'll need it.

If she gets sponsorship because she's pretty and female and advertises trendy things on her car, that kinda thing bugs me, because there's a good chance that there are loads of people better equipped and experienced that can't get a seat because they look like Pastor Maldonado or something.
That's just motorsport! It's not a sport entirely based on talent; it's who you know, who you meet, who sponsors you, how much money you have access to, how much support your parents give you etc. Some people are born with good looks, some into money - it all helps! It's very rare when a driver gets anywhere on talent alone - I've heard of it occasionally at lower levels, but never NASCAR, top level GT, F1 etc. Of course, to do well you need talent as well, but almost always you also need money, generous parents and/or contacts, preferably all of the above!