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QUARENTINE - day LXXV - F1 MEMORIES - (ASTON MARTIN) RED BULL RACING

So, today I'm making a marathon of Aston Martin Red Bull Racing F1 team Youtube content.


2011 - And the track simulator laps.

I mean, look! Seb did have hair by that time!




Webbo! Oh, Red Bull had soooo many good drivers!


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QUARENTINE - day LVIII - F1, F1 and F1

What's up, people? Here everything is ok. We're on our 58th day of quarentine!

And having so much time, I did a couple of flashbacks, researches, watched series and watching Drive to Survive made me look back to a couple of years ago when I used to attend every brazilian GP here in Sao Paulo.



The two last years, though, I decided not to. Because the F1 weekend was in conflict with some important events I had for my business. - being a single one to had the researches, the creative process, all the making, the social medias, the selling, etc is good, there's tons of freedom. But the level of responsability is also insane.

There was also a personal reason: it's easy to enjoy F1 as fan, because everything is "real" for me only during one week per year. But when you get friends that live this enviroment and when you notice how broken these people really are inside (by pressure, by travelling a lot, by not staying at home with their families enough, etc), you start to question if is it really ok to be a fan of the sport?

Honestly I was pretty ok and not really missing F1. But Drive to Survive did it. And even though I know part of the drama is real, but part is not, I felt like going back to all my years of memories, frustration and fun.

The nowadays grid is actually really fun to follow up, because the boys are really committed with providing nice stuff. We can mention the rookie squad on Twitch here.

But coming to how everything (re)started in my adult life, it was all because of Sebastian.
It was really good and inspiring watching someone who has almost the same age as me doing so well on the path of his choice of life! And until his RBR years he still had the joy of a beginner, which is the best trait ever and I really respect.



Things really changed when he moved to Ferrari. Yes, he was achieving a dream, but one that came with tons of responsabilities. Rebuilding Ferrari was not easy and the point is, for a team that is soooooooooooooooo traditional, they are being fucking ungrateful by abandoning Seb, after one bad season. Seb got the team in worse situation when they started their partnership.

But this is not the first time Ferrari messed up, is it?

Now Red Bull closed the doors to Sebi, because they have Max and don't wanna "two alphas" in their team. Carlos is moving to Ferrari, while Dan is going to McLaren. Where's Sebastian going? To Renault? Please no???

I'm so frustrated right now.


It will take me a while to take this info in.

Basically this can not be the last season of Seb in F1, but also there's that ghost of what will be of F1 in Brazil for the next years? We have no contracts yet!!

In the best of the worlds Interlagos will stay. Or we'll miss the event to Rio, which is not ideal, but still ok... Or we could yet loose the event in the country and this makes me anxious.

Right now we have to stay safe and at home, but I'm soooo looking forward to create some best (and maybe last) memories in November/December!!


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#TBT: COMPUTER ARTS

Keeping the #TBT mood, here are some scans from our brazilian version of Computer Arts magazine. 



Sadly it's over right now... So I'm considering to become a subscriber of the UK version.

Or maybe a subscription of Monocle magazine wouldn't be bad at all...

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