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rolling eye balls
I'm just going to go out there and try to win the race. When you go out there trying to go for a record, you're usually not going to get it.
A little backflip (backflips), but it's not part of Parkour, but i like doing this since i did gym.
Never worry about what anyone else is doing ... Just swim your own race.
It's the maritime equivalent of rock climbing.
During a race, it's like I become a machine and the machine becomes a man. I talk to my cars, baby them, shout at them, praise them.
lounging around the pull
Fiddling knobs, touching keys, having fun with a full grown man.
I think you have to feel comfortable with your car. You have to go into turn one, every lap, with confidence. You have to be sure of yourself and your equipment.
Switchin' speeds like Bruce Lee ridin' up Fuji in a movie.
Dry-humping, I believe it's called.
Plodding wins the race.
True sportsmanship is excellence in motion!
When I am behind and I am looking ahead and there is that line in front of you, of that guy, of winning and losing, then I really hang it out there and take big risks to make the speed up, and then I'm pretty good at passing.
Repooping is the purest form of pooping
I'm supposed to relax and concentrate on the image of myself out there skating my race.
Speed, to hear their skates clapping along, then
Those youngsters go out there and set a record and clinch the pole position. But what do you do if you wreck your car. That record doesn't spend too well.
trails and across rushing,
Walking with the projected chest
Feeling like you just won
The race has been tough
But the joy of winning is too good;
Or whipping its rough surface for a trout ...
Being my lady on my arm and my slut between the sheets
For a quick lap at the Nrburgring, you've probably experienced more in seven minutes ... than most people have experienced in all their life in the way of fear, in the way of tension, in the way of animosity towards machinery and to a racetrack.
screaming as they squeal down a Slip'n Slide
What are you doing?"
"What I've wanted to do for a long time."
She couldn't move, couldn't think. She was lost in his dark eyes, and as he slowly lowered his head toward hers, she whispered, "Are you going to throttle me, then?"
He was laughing when he kissed her.
Making love with his ego.
I am paddling laps in a demitasse of home-brewed ennui
Running my hands really fast up and down the fretboard ... I mean, anybody can do that. It's the Guitar Olympics, and I can't think of anything more pointless.
Tail wagging like a windscreen wiper in a downpour.
To follow the drops sliding from a lifting oar, Head up, while the rower breathes, and the small boat drifts quietly shoreward ...
In the Ferrari or Jaguar, switchin' four lanes
Wit' the top down screaming out money ain't a thang
recreation, was already talking
Qualifying is all about putting everything that you have and that the car has in one lap. It's like a rush, I really enjoy that.
Feeling like a winner.
There is no need for a race after all.
I just mastered how to walk
Differently this time.
Surrender to the flow.
With two laps to go then the action will begin, unless this is the action, which it is.
throwing the football. But instead
Action is at bottom a swinging and flailing of the arms to regain one's balance and keep afloat.
I am part of a circuit called 24 Hours of LeMons, where it's a sort of riff on 24 Hours of Le Mans. It's a poor man's weekend warrior racer event.
I am going to miss that time when you take that corner better than anybody else could have taken it on that lap or you do that great qualifying lap or you make that great pass or you bring a crippled car home.
Why did I take up racing? I was too lazy to work and too chicken to steal
Parkour," I panted. "Bitch.
Making your moves, paying your dues, chasing the cool.
As Shakespeare said, there's nothin' cooler than droppin' the 'g's off of gerunds!
Everything that's going on within the peloton - there's about ten different races going on. There is also a survival element to it - I love the fact that it's so epic. You crash on a bike, the first thing you do is try and get back up on it. No whinging!
When it's wet, you're much more tense on the steering wheel, you have to dance with the throttle and the brakes more. Each lap is a different scenario, so you're really on the edge of your nerves. One mistake could cost you the entire race.
We all know what flopping is when we see it. The stuff that you see is where guys aren't really getting hit at all and are just flailing around like a fish out of water.
Bending from side to side helps you avoid obstacles in racing.
Dancingiseverything,' continued the Sheep Man. 'Danceintip-topform. Dancesoitallkeepsspinning. Ifyoudothat, wemightbeabletodosomethingforyou. Yougottadance. Aslongasthemusicplays.
I want to be up front racing.
kissing up, kicking down." Although
Even at the End of Days, there will be lap dancing.
But what kind of race is it, when the racers never let go of each other's hands, and the winner pulls the loser laughing over the finish line?
I put everything in that last lap, it was very emotional when I crossed the line. It was all I had, I gave it all.
A racer snake / slicking off / like a signature into the weeds.
Adrian suddenly made an abrupt turn onto a side street we'd nearly driven past. I jerked upright as he clipped the curb.
What are you doing? Think about your tires!
I bet he fucks like he drives - a little reckless, pushing all the limits, and in it until the very last lap.
And this is the third place car about to lap the second place car.
Sucking each other off?
It's not a certain technique, it's not a skillit's all in your mind, it's how far you want to go
I don't know what it is that I'm doing, but I'm really enjoying myself. And I'm free to do it as much as I want.
What's a wingding? Why, a wingding is, uh ... it's just like a shindig but without all the hullabaloo.
Preparing for the ups and downs of life.
The fast, flowing parts, the high-speed corners, that's where a Formula One car is at its best - changes of direction, pulling high g-forces left and right.
Streaking through a large crowd has always been a secret fantasy of mine.
Slow down to speed up. Anonymous
When I step into the ring with someone, this has got to be their vacation spot, but my home turf. So I go the opposite side seven rounds doing the same thing. Skipping, skipping, skipping. Then I go seven rounds going both ways. Skip to the left, skip to the right.
You've got to learn a pace that's fast enough to win, but slow enough to finish.
What's chumming?" I asked, wondering if it was some old English nautical term for making friends.
When I'm driving the race track, it's all about repetition.
The race is lost. You can't overtake here and I'm starting from 15th ... It's over already.
Teenage Fanclub dive impressively into the water headfirst, like a synchronised five-man Olympic swimming team. Joe McAlinden
He is accelerating all the time. That last lap was run in 64 seconds and the one before in 62.
Loads of overtaking is boring. You go fishing and you catch a fish every ten minutes and it's boring. But if you site there all day, and you catch one mega fish, you come back with stories that you caught a fish this big (indicates a big fish), intead of this size (indicating a small fish)
Charging down the like death in a cowboy duster
You would not believe how loose this car is for two laps after the green. Then, just like that, it's back to how it was before. But, those first few laps, damn, it's loose! JUNIOR NO LIKEY!
I know this much about racing in the rain. I know it is about balance. It is about anticipation and patience ... [it is also] about the mind! It is about owning one's body ... It is about believing that you are not you; you are everything. And everything is you.
Bouncing in hoppy little circles like a demented Goth bunny.
Jimmie Johnson is putting a whoopin' on everybody!
Kind of like winning the fifty-meter ass-stroke in the Loserlympics
Getting comprehensively lost in a car with a full tank of petrol at someone else's expense, you can't beat it.
The cocoon like water, the labored trance and rhythmic breath of lap swimming had done their work, had unwound the restless feeling into nothingness.
What are we out at the park for, except to win?
Sometimes I get lost in the rhythm of the paddling. I even count the strokes it takes to get me to a point of land, The play of the muscles in one's arms and shoulders, and the feel of palm against worn wood, are preferable to glancing at a speedometer
Cornering perfectly is like bringing a woman to climax.
So if you're on the motorcycle, on the track you're not thinking at all about what's happening next week or tomorrow or anything. You're literally thinking about the turn you're setting up and there's something about that I find very cathartic and meditative.
I like to go rock scrambling.
What you doin' with this gun?
At a better pace Slower and more calculated No chance of escape
So I have this word for much of what I do in life: 'plorking.' I'm not playing and I'm not working, I'm plorking.
Gil drives like he lives his life: In the fast lane.
I didn't have a clue where I was going on my first lap of practice.
Set records. Break records. Shatter records
Swimmin' laps around a bottle of Louie the Thirteenth
Jumpin' off of a mountain into a sea of codeine
I'm at the top of the top, but still I climb
And if I should ever fall, the ground will then turn to wine.
I like to get that roll and pitch. I really like to take the car out on the highway for a spin.
You think you have mastered it, but just as you get well underway in following, it turns a back-somersault and there you are. It slaps you in the face, knocks you down, and tramples upon you. It is like a bad dream.
Racing, competing, it's in my blood. It's part of me, it's part of my life; I have been doing it all my life and it stands out above everything else.