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smile and kiss the sky 2/∞ Ville Larinto

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ikercasillashateshislife:

If I lay here.If I just lay here.
Would my fucking defense remember how to do their jobs?

ikercasillashateshislife:

If I lay here.
If I just lay here.


Would my fucking defense remember how to do their jobs?

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Would be nice to see how preparations are going at Sochi Autodrom with my own eyes. Expect me to bring you some photos in three weeks.

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mclaren-soul:

Mika Hakkinen: “Your first victory in Formula One always feels like it is a long time coming. And especially in my case – but when it arrives, the feeling is just amazing. 
“But problems are part of life, and winning or losing, they don’t disappear.
“You need to keep understanding the cause of disappointments and where you and the team can improve. There is no point having your face upside down for one week – it’s better to pick up the phone, travel, see people, talk, organise yourself. Then you know that at the next event, you will be stronger – and if not the car, then yourself; you can always be better.
“Because the day when you have a car to win, you have to be ready. If not, it’s too late. I knew that one day I was going to win, it just took a long time.”

mclaren-soul:

Mika Hakkinen: “Your first victory in Formula One always feels like it is a long time coming. And especially in my case – but when it arrives, the feeling is just amazing

But problems are part of life, and winning or losing, they don’t disappear.

You need to keep understanding the cause of disappointments and where you and the team can improve. There is no point having your face upside down for one week – it’s better to pick up the phone, travel, see people, talk, organise yourself. Then you know that at the next event, you will be stronger – and if not the car, then yourself; you can always be better.

Because the day when you have a car to win, you have to be ready. If not, it’s too late. I knew that one day I was going to win, it just took a long time.”

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