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No sponsor to put on one?

If I was an F1 sponsor, spending millions to be associated with the dynamic and exciting world of F1, it would be worth extra to make sure di Resta's never pictured in a cap with my brand on it.


excuse me , and why the chocolate fudge cake is that ?


Diresta - welcome to the board!! Lol


:D , i just feel sorry for him being outclassed by the bright hulkenberg and he was outclassed last year by the great sutil , so much for being the next british champion

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 9:38 pm 
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If he ever reaches a podium he'll have to wear one


Unless it happens in Austin!!!


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 10:04 pm 
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I thought drivers had to wear their hats because of sponsorship reasons.

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What a terrific thead!!


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Noticed it as well..good change : P
Don't they all have to for sponsorship reasons though ?


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Maky wrote:
Noticed it as well..good change : P
Don't they all have to for sponsorship reasons though ?


thats what is driving me crazy, all the drivers rush to wear their caps immediately after they take their helmets off and we have di resta here who doesn't give a fairy cakes about caps

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He probably explained it to the team, but they were getting so bored of listening to him they just said 'it's okay, there's no need'.

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Laura23 wrote:
RebellionLola wrote:
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No sponsor to put on one?

If I was an F1 sponsor, spending millions to be associated with the dynamic and exciting world of F1, it would be worth extra to make sure di Resta's never pictured in a cap with my brand on it.


excuse me , and why the chocolate fudge cake is that ?

Because he is dull and boring and has the personality of a banana.


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RebellionLola wrote:
Wolfgang5150 wrote:
RebellionLola wrote:
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No sponsor to put on one?

If I was an F1 sponsor, spending millions to be associated with the dynamic and exciting world of F1, it would be worth extra to make sure di Resta's never pictured in a cap with my brand on it.


excuse me , and why the chocolate fudge cake is that ?


Diresta - welcome to the board!! Lol


:D , i just feel sorry for him being outclassed by the bright hulkenberg and he was outclassed last year by the great sutil , so much for being the next british champion

I'd be amazed if anybody thought of him as the next British champion.

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Laura23 wrote:
Because he is dull and boring and has the personality of a banana.
I think that is unfair. Bananas have been associated with characters of great personality. We have had shows such as The Banana Splits and Banana Man.
How about an apricot? I will admit to bias here as I tend to avoid apricots over and above any other fruit. And I just can't see a superhero in the guise of Apricot Man.
EDIT: we also have a member on this forum with the alias Banana Man. Go on, find me an Apricot Man...

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tootsie323 wrote:
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Because he is dull and boring and has the personality of a banana.
I think that is unfair. Bananas have been associated with characters of great personality. We have had shows such as The Banana Splits and Banana Man.
How about an apricot? I will admit to bias here as I tend to avoid apricots over and above any other fruit. And I just can't see a superhero in the guise of Apricot Man.
EDIT: we also have a member on this forum with the alias Banana Man. Go on, find me an Apricot Man...


I assure you I am astonishly dull.

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tootsie323 wrote:
Laura23 wrote:
Because he is dull and boring and has the personality of a banana.
I think that is unfair. Bananas have been associated with characters of great personality. We have had shows such as The Banana Splits and Banana Man.
How about an apricot? I will admit to bias here as I tend to avoid apricots over and above any other fruit. And I just can't see a superhero in the guise of Apricot Man.
EDIT: we also have a member on this forum with the alias Banana Man. Go on, find me an Apricot Man...

Nah Apricots at least look fun and bright.

Di Resta is like a peanut. Bit salty, but brown and a dull.

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A peanut. That's a far cry from a banana or an apricot.
Or a cucumber, even.

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I thought Pirelli caps were mandatory on the podium.

Guess we'll never see him wearing a cap then....


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He doesn't wear a cap? My appreciation for the guy just went up a notch. Caps like that are for children. Grown men can go without.


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phfft... wrote:
He doesn't wear a cap? My appreciation for the guy just went up a notch. Caps like that are for children. Grown men can go without.


He is a SCOT. they dont wear girlie things like that there. They walk about in the snow with tee shirts on.
When it gets to 20 below they some times put their hands in their pockets, but only if no one is looking
The only time they wear a hat is on holiday in Spain, then it has a holder for 2 tins of heavy on and a straw

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moby wrote:
phfft... wrote:
He doesn't wear a cap? My appreciation for the guy just went up a notch. Caps like that are for children. Grown men can go without.
He is a SCOT. they dont wear girlie things like that there. They walk about in the snow with tee shirts on.
When it gets to 20 below they some times put their hands in their pockets, but only if no one is looking
The only time they wear a hat is on holiday in Spain, then it has a holder for 2 tins of heavy on and a straw
Tell that to DC!

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tootsie323 wrote:
moby wrote:
phfft... wrote:
He doesn't wear a cap? My appreciation for the guy just went up a notch. Caps like that are for children. Grown men can go without.
He is a SCOT. they dont wear girlie things like that there. They walk about in the snow with tee shirts on.
When it gets to 20 below they some times put their hands in their pockets, but only if no one is looking
The only time they wear a hat is on holiday in Spain, then it has a holder for 2 tins of heavy on and a straw
Tell that to DC!


There are many regions of Scotland :]

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moby wrote:
phfft... wrote:
He doesn't wear a cap? My appreciation for the guy just went up a notch. Caps like that are for children. Grown men can go without.


He is a SCOT. they dont wear girlie things like that there. They walk about in the snow with tee shirts on.
When it gets to 20 below they some times put their hands in their pockets, but only if no one is looking
The only time they wear a hat is on holiday in Spain, then it has a holder for 2 tins of heavy on and a straw



Err... don't some Scot's sometimes wear checked skirts?












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moose22 wrote:
moby wrote:
phfft... wrote:
He doesn't wear a cap? My appreciation for the guy just went up a notch. Caps like that are for children. Grown men can go without.


He is a SCOT. they dont wear girlie things like that there. They walk about in the snow with tee shirts on.
When it gets to 20 below they some times put their hands in their pockets, but only if no one is looking
The only time they wear a hat is on holiday in Spain, then it has a holder for 2 tins of heavy on and a straw



Err... don't some Scot's sometimes wear checked skirts?












;)



YOU ask them. Also Ask where they keep a SkinDo


You have no doubt heard the one about a man in a kilt being asked 'is anything worn underneath ' and getting the reply
' ney its all in grand working order'

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moby wrote:
moose22 wrote:
moby wrote:
phfft... wrote:
He doesn't wear a cap? My appreciation for the guy just went up a notch. Caps like that are for children. Grown men can go without.


He is a SCOT. they dont wear girlie things like that there. They walk about in the snow with tee shirts on.
When it gets to 20 below they some times put their hands in their pockets, but only if no one is looking
The only time they wear a hat is on holiday in Spain, then it has a holder for 2 tins of heavy on and a straw



Err... don't some Scot's sometimes wear checked skirts?












;)



YOU ask them. Also Ask where they keep a SkinDo


You have no doubt heard the one about a man in a kilt being asked 'is anything worn underneath ' and getting the reply
' ney its all in grand working order'

Did you not spot the wink smiley in my previous post? :lol:

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As much as I like Paul and still think he'd make a good #2 at Ferrari to Vettel (to have two Germans, ie the Hulk, might be a bit too much), his personality needs working on. This season has turned me off him the more I see of him, especially on Sky.

I swear if I see any helicopters near Silverstone not during a race weekend, I'm going to shoot them down in case he's in there filming another feature to irritate us.

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Seems Mr di Resta is a trend setter, there's a lot of drivers not wearing their caps in the drivers photo from Australia and Kimi refused his on the podium.
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Here is one for you all:

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Looking every bit the "Mr. Personality" we all know even at this young age.

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Seems Mr di Resta is a trend setter, there's a lot of drivers not wearing their caps in the drivers photo from Australia and Kimi refused his on the podium.
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But he looks like he's letting one sneak out while Webber and Button are asking each other "was that you?" Perhaps PD has more personality than we all suspect.

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More importantly, why did Kimi not wear his team cap on the podium?! (when one of the girls came to him with the team cap and to take away the pirelli cap)


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Laura23 wrote:
Because he is dull and boring and has the personality of a banana.

The most arrogant and self-satisfied banana of all time.

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Case closed. :thumbup:


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This is one of the great threads of all time.


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I think it's because he's so good looking that the team don't want anything getting in the way.


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Wolfgang5150 wrote:

Diresta - welcome to the board!! Lol


Was that really your first post in the 9 years since you joined? :)


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moby wrote:

' ney its all in grand working order'


who else read this with a Scottish accent?


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him being dull or boring has nothing to do with sponsors. sponsors just want the cap on his ****in head




Are these the lies your sig warns us about?

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scuderia_stevie wrote:
Seems Mr di Resta is a trend setter, there's a lot of drivers not wearing their caps in the drivers photo from Australia and Kimi refused his on the podium.
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But he looks like he's letting one sneak out while Webber and Button are asking each other "was that you?" Perhaps PD has more personality than we all suspect.

:lol: :lol: :lol:


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Lets start a website to accept donations so that Di Resta can buy a cap.


Will probably raise more money than Koba did trying to get a seat for this season.

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"Now Paul, this is what happens when you wear a cap all the time..." :D

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Because he is dull and boring and has the personality of a banana.

The most arrogant and self-satisfied banana of all time.


LOL!!!

I find bananas much more likeables than DiResta. But bananas don't wear cap either (unless we're talking about naughty stuff)

As for "he is a SCOT", there is a better scot in F1: Jackie Stewart.


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Sahara Force India driver Paul Di Resta has signed a personal sponsorship deal with Aberdeen Asset Management on the eve of Formula One's showpiece Grand Prix in Monaco.
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