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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Of sports and games......


The sports ministry says that Formula One is not a sport. Read the article here . Now i know that people do not look for anythin g meaningful in my blog, but this is going to be a full-on rant. There are bound to be a lot of profanities and "bad words" so please do not proceed if you are allergic to them or you are going to burn my house down or something of that sort. This is a disclaimer and also the final warning.

Sports Ministry : an F1 race in India had been rejected on the grounds that "it (the race) would have no impact on the development of sports in the country".

Dear old Wikipedia will furnish all relevant information about Formula 1. I will not sweat it out over this point. All the information can be found here . Formula 1 exists in countries like Brazil, China, Malaysia. Not particularly rich, economies comparable to ours, of course properly scaled by size, basically agrarian or natural resource based economies. Any dumbass can do a google search to see what the "sport" has done for these countries.

Sports Ministry : F1 is not purely sports. It is entertainment and this venture by JKSP is a commercial initiative

Ok bastards, Formula 1 is all about the money. Truckloads of the green paper everywhere. The cars, media, circuits, glamour,...the works. Just because the Indian circuit was going to be a private enterprise and the ministry was not going to get a sizeable piece of the action, means we lose this race? It is like a veritable cash cow which once bought, with little maintenance can give milk and cow shit all round the year. Do not laugh, mother fuckers, cow dung can be useful too. Get what i am saying?


Sports Ministry : The basic premise of the ministry is that F1 is not needed in India and the money can be spent on development of disciplines which have a wider base in the country, ministry sources said.


Formula 1 is the pinnacle of automobile, electronics and aerodynamics technology. Think about the boost, industries in these sectors will get. Race drivers are considered amongst the fittest athletes anywhere. Anyone remember Michael Schumacher, the fittest man on earth in his time, may his neck rest in peace? And see the need to improve fitness levels in other disciplines? I can provide you with the details, but educated people can find and comprehend those for themselves. This is for illiterate smart asses whos brains will not be well shielded from all the brilliance that it exudes.

Sports Ministry : The proposed F1 race does not satisfy conditions which focus on human endeavour for excelling in competition with others, keeping in view the whole sports movement from Olympics downwards.

India has some very good drivers in its population (please google for names like Karun Chandhok, Armaan Ibrahim, Parthiv Sureshwaran, Gaurav Gill.....to name just a handful).Think of the exposure they get. Think about the awareness about cars and road safety that this "sport" will bring to India. Think about the level of development that will envelope the venue of the race. Think about the employment , this will generate.

If calling it a sport is a problem for the ministry, call it an frigging entertainment and get on with it. If money is what you bunch of money hoarding rascals want from it, i am a sure formula can be worked out. If you think that Formula 1 is puny as compared to cricket, then i will be pleased to shove a bat up your ass and show you how many F1 fans exist in India and how much interest the races generate here. (Remember, Sachin Tendulkar........ask him why is he often seen at Formula 1 venues, more often than not in the Ferrari camp....google for this too,punks.) Or let me ask Mr. Mallya to do the honours. I think his palm is itching already.



I hope some lazy ass-holinesses wake up and see the light. Nothing in India will change if they don't. Absolutely nothing. Cricket will still dominate, football will still be a joke and race weekends will be a time when some fools gather up in some coffee place or sports lounge to watch other fools drive cars round and round. And you sadists will still have inches added to your waist sizes every year. But think of the possibilities F1 brings in. Wake the fuck up!

P.S. : Right >> here is an article about the company that holds the rights to the circuit being built in Greater Noida. And the arrow pointers are for the sports ministry.

6 comments:

  1. From what I know about you, I can understand why are you on fire [;)]

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  2. these f***ing ministry people do not understand what F1 is basically... Its not just about freaking cars running around the track in random laps... And by God have these imbeciles ever tried to understand wat the SPORT is all about ?? If it was not sport then why are the drivers called athletes ?? And wat the shit does this mean:"The proposed F1 race does not satisfy conditions which focus on human endeavour for excelling in competition with others... " ?? What excelling ?? Do any other sports athletes endure G - forces ?? Do others loose upto 2 kgs of weight after a race ??? stupid bullshit... these ministry guys need a wake up call.. manya try to get this article in TOI if possible.. this response by da ministry is utter disgusting !!!

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  3. hey dude i was similarly freaked out when i read it in the newspaper.......F1 is not a sport WTF ....and also how come there is no focus for excellling in competition when these mighty drivers are burning their asses out to excel at driving and getting ahead of the competition ...... anywyas i always believed sports ministry is a joke in india ...plus it is ful of politicos ...wat else can we expect

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  4. Aptly put man...
    This so called 'sports ministry' of ours is just proving, what 'CRAP' it actually is full of..

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  5. Of course we were not the only ones to retaliate...Credible people have spoken....though i am waiting for a statement from Dr. Vijay Mallya....http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/sports/racing/top-stories/If-F1-is-entertainment-so-is-Olympics/articleshow/4934798.cms

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