Men get up! – Sir Jackie Stewart
Men all over the world have forgotten how to become men. Our life has become relaxed and laid back.
Everything is there for us at the push of a button and designed for our comfort. Even our toiletries are hard to distinguish from that of a woman. It’s time to look back to the past (and to some present examples) for some ballsy inspiration!
This trend of taking testosterone out of a man’s life is very true in cars and motorsport as well. I mean for crap’s sake they pipe engine noise through the speakers in the M5...they should be embarrassed and ashamed.
Nowadays motorsport is all about making more efficient engines to please the moss-eating “green” activists and safer cars with slower speeds and cheaper costs. The real men hung it all out. I’m talking back in the days when they made the most powerful engines they could, paired with a lack of safety features equal to the brawn of the driver behind the wheel.
This week we focus on Sir Jackie Stewart
This man participated in Formula One when he only had a 1/3 chance of survival. This means that there is a more than 66% chance of death. Sir Stewart is a survivor of the deadliest era of motorsport. So, what better way to understand this man than witnessing his driving skills? Here are some videos of Jackie driving the world’s most dangerous car around one of the world’s most dangerous tracks-the Nurburgring circuit:
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