Saturday, March 25, 2006

Bon Jovi - Special Video (H.A.N.D. EPK)

A special video from one of the best bands of this planet.

The EPK from "Have A Nice Day" 2005 CD.

Hope you like it.

Sunday, March 19, 2006

My 10 SEXY VIDEOS of all time

For some time that I want to make this list. So there it goes. I tried to found 10 of the most amazing sexy videos since the 80s and I found many more than only 10 videos. I miss a lot of amazing sexy videos from the 80s but for now this are the ones I found out. Hope you like this list.

You can see the first 10 in bold are more special than all the others.

Britney Spears - Everytime
Bryan Ferry - Slave to love
Duran Duran - Girls on film
Evanescence - My immortal
Holly Valance - Naughty girl
Kate Winslet - What if
No Angels - Daylight in your eyes
Pink - Just like a pill
Rod Stewart - This old heart of mine
Shakira - Don't bother

Bon Jovi - Living in sin
Bon Jovi - Please come home for Christmas
Britney Spears - Someday
Cher - If I could turn back time
Enrique Iglesias - Escape
Enrique Iglesias - Hero
George Michael - Careless whisper
George Michael - Father figure
George Michael - I want your sex
Madonna - Angel
Madonna - Borderline
Maroon 5 - This love
Mylene Farmer - California
Paulina Rubio - Y yo sigo aqui
Poison - Every rose has its thorn
Robbie Williams - Come undone
Robin Beck - First time
Sarah Connor - Skin on skin
Shaniah Twain - Don't be stupid
Spandau Ballet - Fight for ourselves
The Carrs - Drive
Whitesnake - Is this love

With time and whenever I remember more videos I will be updating this list.

Hope you enjoy it.

Sunday, March 12, 2006



Eurosport - Barry Thomas - 11/03/2006

Michael Schumacher has taken pole position for Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix after an enthralling qualifying session on Ssaturday, equalling Ayrton Senna's record of 65 poles. The German had to pull out a late flyer to beat team-mate Felipe Massa into second with Honda's Jenson Button third.

The new qualifying session can only be described as a huge hit after spectators, drivers and teams were left on a knife edge throughout the one-hour session. "I love it," said Honda sporting director Gil de Ferran. "I spent an hour without breathing. It was on a knife edge throughout."

It didn't take long for the suspense to set in as the leading drivers, for some reason or other, decided to wait until the dying moments of the first session before setting a time, and just as they were about to go out, Kimi Raikkonen brought everything to a halt when the rear suspension collapsed on his McLaren, leaving him last on the grid.

The drivers flooded out on track for a final run as only four laps remaining, causing Ralf Schumacher to miss the passage into the second phase as he qualified 17th. He was joined by Christijan Albers, Tiago Monteiro, Takuma Sato and Yuji Ide with Raikkonen last.

Into the second session, which was this time uninterrupted, but saw Jacques Villeneuve pushed from the safety of tenth to eleventh by team-mate Nick Heidfeld. Nico Rosberg, David Coulthard, Jarno Trulli, Vito Liuzzi and Scott Speed also failed to make it through to the final shootout.

The final twenty minute session is dictated by the introduction of fuel into the lottery. The remaining ten drivers began by burning off fuel before coming into the pits for fresh tyres in order to set a banker, and with just three minutes remaining, come in again for new tyres and a two lap burst.

Ferrari, who either judged the balance perfectly or were running light, gave Michael Schumacher the first chance to go for pole before he was beaten to P1 by team-mate Felipe Massa. Schumacher retaliated with the fastest lap on his second flying run, taking pole by just 0.05 seconds to equal Ayrton Senna's record of 65 poles.

"It's an amazing result. All winter we knew we seemed to have a good package but then you wait for the final confirmation. Here we have the confirmation," Schumacher said. "It's a nice way to be back and a great feeling."

The result was obviously aided by Ferrari's nine-day test at the same circuit last month, with Britain's Jenson Button - who also tested at Sakhir - finished third on the grid, alongside Renault's defending world champion Fernando Alonso.

Colombian Juan Pablo Montoya was fifth for McLaren, ahead of Brazilian Rubens Barrichello, with Mark Webber a fine seventh for Williams. Austrian Christian Klien was eighth for Red Bull, with Giancarlo Fisichella a disappointing ninth after he suffered enigne problems.

Formula 1 Calendar and Drivers 2006

Formula 1

Calendar 2006
12/03 Bahrain GP Manama
19/03 Malaysia GP Sepang
02/04 Australian GP Melbourne
23/04 San Marino GP Imola
07/05 European GP Nürburgring
14/05 Spanish GP
28/05 Monaco GP Monte Carlo
11/06 British GP Silverstone
25/06 Canadian GP Montreal
02/07 American GP Indianapolis
16/07 French GP Magny-Cours
30/07 German GP Hockenheim
06/08 Hungarian GP Hungaroring
27/08 Turkish GP Istanbul
10/09 Italian GP Monza
01/10 Chinese GP Shanghai
08/10 Japanese GP Suzuka
22/10 Brazilian GP Interlagos

Drivers 2006
Team N° Driver Car
Renault R26
1 Fernando Alonso (ESP)
2 Giancarlo Fisichella (ITA)
McLaren MP4-21
3 Kimi Raikkonen (FIN)
4 Juan Pablo Montoya (COL)
Ferrari 248 F1
5 Michael Schumacher (GER)
6 Felipe Massa (BRA)
Toyota TF106
7 Ralf Schumacher (GER)
8 Jarno Trulli (ITA)
Williams FW28
9 Mark Webber (AUS)
10 Nico Rosberg (GER)
Honda RA106
11 Rubens Barrichello (BRA)
12 Jenson Button (GBR)
Red Bull RB2
14 David Coulthard (GBR)
15 Christian Klien (AUT)
BMW Sauber F1.06
16 Nick Heidfeld (GER)
17 Jacques Villeneuve (CAN)
Midland M16
18 Tiago Monteiro (POR)
19 Christijan Albers (NED)
Toro Rosso STR01
20 Vitantanio Liuzzi (ITA)
21 Scott Speed (USA)
Super Aguri SA05
22 Takuma Sato (JPN)
23 Yuji Ide (JPN)