Hi! I'm Luca (calu11 on Internet) and I'm 18. I'm from Vicenza, Italy. I love Formula 1 and motorsport in general. I like to sing and I listen electronic music (deadmau5, Daft Punk, Digitalism, Skream, Benga, Justice and other), Zero Assoluto, Rumatera, Sum 41, blink-182, The Distillers, Ed Sheeran and other.

I seeking a person that could improve the graphics for my blog. Thanks!

P.S.: in the photo, I'm with Davide Amaduzzi, an italian racing driver that race in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series :)

 

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slides of the past …Jochen Rindt, Gold Leaf Lotus-Ford 72C, 1970 French Grand Prix, Clermont-Ferrandeverything is this picture is just right

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slides of the past …

Jochen Rindt, Gold Leaf Lotus-Ford 72C, 1970 French Grand Prix, Clermont-Ferrand

everything is this picture is just right

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crowd favorite …Juan-Manuel Fangio, Maserati 250F, 1957 German Grand Prix, Nürburgringthe ‘57 German Grand Prix was Fangio’s greatest race ever, it would also be his last F1 win, securing him his 5th & last world titleThe Nordschleife was Fangio’s favorite track & he stated he drove his most perfect race on that summer’s day in ‘57
read more about it at http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/2005/03/13/the-greatest-wins-fangio/ or check some nice footage at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8GewTBczsQ

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crowd favorite …

Juan-Manuel Fangio, Maserati 250F, 1957 German Grand Prix, Nürburgring

the ‘57 German Grand Prix was Fangio’s greatest race ever, it would also be his last F1 win, securing him his 5th & last world title
The Nordschleife was Fangio’s favorite track & he stated he drove his most perfect race on that summer’s day in ‘57

read more about it at http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/2005/03/13/the-greatest-wins-fangio/ or check some nice footage at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8GewTBczsQ

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hotel life …Innes Ireland, being interviewed together with John Wyer besides the factory supported GT40 at Hotel de France at Le Mans, 1965 24 Heures du Mans

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hotel life …

Innes Ireland, being interviewed together with John Wyer besides the factory supported GT40 at Hotel de France at Le Mans, 1965 24 Heures du Mans

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pipe dreams …Jackie Stewart’s L&M Lola-Chevrolet T260, 1971 Can Am round 3, Road Atlantaread more about Stewart’s season in Can Am here 

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pipe dreams …

Jackie Stewart’s L&M Lola-Chevrolet T260, 1971 Can Am round 3, Road Atlanta

read more about Stewart’s season in Can Am here 

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age of the spyders …Patrick Depailler (teamed up with Jacques Laffite) in the ELF Alpine-Renault A442 at Dijon-Prénois, 1976 ACF 6 Heures de Dijonin the background followed by the Joest Porsche 908/3 of Reinhold Jöst & Jürgen BarthDepailler & Laffite took pole (by 3 hundredths of a second) but lost out to Mass & Ickx in the factory Martini Porsche 936 by 26 seconds in the race

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age of the spyders …

Patrick Depailler (teamed up with Jacques Laffite) in the ELF Alpine-Renault A442 at Dijon-Prénois, 1976 ACF 6 Heures de Dijon

in the background followed by the Joest Porsche 908/3 of Reinhold Jöst & Jürgen Barth

Depailler & Laffite took pole (by 3 hundredths of a second) but lost out to Mass & Ickx in the factory Martini Porsche 936 by 26 seconds in the race

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indoor sports …crew working on the JPS Lotus-Ford 87 of Nigel Mansell, 1981 Ceasar’s Palace Grand Prix, Las Vegasthe Ceasar’s Palace Grand Prix was literally run on the parking lot of the famous Las Vegas casino, it was quite fast & very smooth with a lot of run off areas & ample opportunities for overtakinghowever, the drivers dit not love it at all & named it the worst track F1 ever visitedalso the fact it was run counterclockwise, together with the immense heat of the Nevada desert put a lot of strain on the drivers (& their necks)the Ceasar’s Palace Grand Prix would be run only twice, in ‘81 & ‘82, due to the lack of crowd interest

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indoor sports …

crew working on the JPS Lotus-Ford 87 of Nigel Mansell, 1981 Ceasar’s Palace Grand Prix, Las Vegas

the Ceasar’s Palace Grand Prix was literally run on the parking lot of the famous Las Vegas casino, it was quite fast & very smooth with a lot of run off areas & ample opportunities for overtaking
however, the drivers dit not love it at all & named it the worst track F1 ever visited
also the fact it was run counterclockwise, together with the immense heat of the Nevada desert put a lot of strain on the drivers (& their necks)
the Ceasar’s Palace Grand Prix would be run only twice, in ‘81 & ‘82, due to the lack of crowd interest