Discussion in 'General Chat' started by MickeyPaul, Sep 12, 2011.
Cheers Punt,love it
Years ago it wouldn't have bothered me one iota but nowadays as you get older and become a mard ass, I'd be shitting blue lights.
More so with somebody else driving and me having no control of the situation but I wouldn't bat an eyelid if I was driving through there myself and taking every other fcuker over that edge myself
Can't say I've ever heard of it even back in the day lol.
Lol, I was expecting a pimped up Vacuum cleaner.
There are some people who will do anything to get ahead in a race (or life), even if it means endangering other people’s lives. But no matter how fast they’re going, karma will catch up with them eventually, as illustrated by this video of a motorcycle racer’s revenge that went viral in Indonesia over the weekend.
The incident took place at the East Java Series V Championship Road Race in Bondowoso on Sunday during the 116 cc class race. It starts when a driver, identified by the media as Dimas, gives a hard check to one of his competitors, identified as M Hasan, causing him to slam into the dividers protecting the spectators. Hasan hit the pavement hard and tumbles down the road, several spectators are knocked off their feet and Dimas drives away like nothing happened.
Hasan apparently wasn’t too injured to get back up and seek revenge. During a following lap, he waits until he sees Dimas returning to the scene of the crash and then quickly runs onto the track and grabs one of the sandbags from the central divider.
It almost looks like Dimas is prepared to drive directly into Hasan, but swerves away at the last moment, but not fast enough to avoid the big bag of karma Hasan tosses in his way, causing him to hit the pavement.
“Due to the incident, both racers were immediately disqualified from the championship,” said Didit, one of the race’s organizers, told Detik on Sunday.
Brilliant, well done that man.
What has happened to this forum software? It doesn't accept the time-stamp? Bah!
WTF you talking about Wallace?
The fella was right, she was definitely on the rag lol.
I watched that about 5 times in case I missed something but no, what a bellend of a ref lol.
The thing is though, he doesn't blow the whistle as soon as the ball hits Barcham's arm, he allows play to go on for another couple of seconds, so maybe that's not what was going through his mind (or maybe it is, and it just took him a couple of seconds to get things straight in his head).
Clearly inside! And he gives the free kick where I've marked the red cross!