The Wolves defeated the Thunder in convincing fashion in their fall
season opener. The Hungarian team started the game slowly, only scoring three points in
two visits to the Zagreb red zone in the first quarter, but changed gears
in the second half resulting in a 31 point victory.
You looked particularly comfortable in the
opening laps – were you pushing hard?
definitely pushing! But the car felt so good at the start of the race that it
wasn’t difficult to push to the limit. I’ve said it before, but we’ve really
transformed this year’s car over the past six weeks. It’s now so well-balanced
and responsive that it just feels fantastic to drive – you can always trust it
and get something more out of it – and I was actually enjoying those early laps
because I was able to get into a nice rhythm. I think my start was almost
Chinese authorities are offering generous rewards to
anyone who provides information on security threats during the Olympic
After 1,581 consecutive days, David Witthoft of Connecticut has stopped wearing his #4 Brett Favre jersey,
that he got as a gift for Christmas in 2003. His father said that the
last day his son wore the jersey was his 12th birthday.
Just in our previous post we reported that Ronnie O’Sullivan will probably earn 157 000 GBP with his 147 maximum break at the Snooker World Championship. Well, Ali Carter had other ideas. In the fifteenth frame of his quarter-final match against Peter Ebdon he made history. Never before has there been two maximums in the history of the World Championships. The boys from Essex will now share the reward getting 78 500 each and it seems the Bentley GT Convertible for Ronnie is just going to have to wait. Check out both 147s and O’Sullivan’s interview.
Ronnie O’Sullivan secured his win against Mark J. Williams in the quarter-finals of the Snooker World Championships with a 147 maximum break. This being his ninth recorded maximum, Ronnie now leads the all-time list ahead of Stephen Hendry, who has eight. This excellent achievement will probably earn him an additional 157 000 pounds roughly the equivalent of 200 000 Euros. (147 000 for the maximum and 10 000 for the highest break of the tourney) Check out the video.