I’m telling you, Circuito de Guia is one of the most insane race tracks anywhere in the world. I wasn’t being hyperbolic when I called it “batshit crazy.” Anything can happen and usually does. That was definitely the case this weekend.
According to that joker Michael Ballaban, touring car drivers, and I quote: “Should all be banned from all competition, of any sort, for all of time. No pie eating contests, no bar trivia nights, no dizzy-baseball, and certainly no WTCC.” Please.
Monaco? That's for sissies. In Macau, the circuit is just 22 feet wide — too narrow for F1 — and Formula Three cars take to the streets just after the superbikes, reaching top speed of 171 MPH as they brush against stone walls and metal crash barriers. And this year it rained.
This video captures the beauty, drama, and joy of the 2010 Macau Formula 3 Grand Prix — a stepping stone for drivers eying a move up to the fame, endorsement deals, and model wives that come with an F1 gig.
25 year-old Yin Ping, a man who enjoys his time at the tables, will most likely be spending a fair amount of it in a Chinese pokey for fraud, after he leased eighteen high-dollar cars to use as collateral against a $2 million-yuan chunk of change from loan shark known only as Ma. The police nabbed Ma as he was…