OT: US race fans: SV News vs. RPM2NIGHT
Posted 08 March 2000 - 05:50
RPM2NIGHT covers NASCAR, NASCAR, more NASCAR, with a blurb or two thrown in about OW racing when it feels like it. Usually, it's feature story is about the guy who stocks the Pepsi machine in the #24's garage or something.
Wake up ESPN2. Sppedvision is totally blowing you folks out of the water.
Any of you without Speedvision, get it. Now. You won't be sorry.
BTCC, Vintage F1 races, F1, a great NASCAR show with drivers as hosts, FIA Rally...and on and on.
Posted 08 March 2000 - 05:58
"If I had to live my life over again, I'd be a plumber."
Posted 08 March 2000 - 06:00
"Hey there, all you middle men
Throw away your fancy clothes
And while you're out there sittin' on a fence
So get off your ass and come down here
'Cause rock 'n' roll ain't no riddle man
To me it makes good, good sense"
Posted 08 March 2000 - 06:01
Posted 08 March 2000 - 09:02
I like the new Speedvision news, but it's only on once a week and the two guys (Varsha and Patrick?) get a little cheesy sometimes. Like the guy singing the Wayne Newton song to open the show last week. A nightly show would be ideal. Perhaps as it develops. AND they need to let Sam Posey run it!! just kidding
I'm a NASCAR fan and even I don't watch RMP2Night. "On tonight's show, we have an interview with Bob, the guys who sweeps out Dick Trickle garage."
Posted 08 March 2000 - 09:22
Posted 08 March 2000 - 12:14
Buy a dish and be free!
My friend Razor failed to mention that NASCAR tonight's idea of open wheel racing is basically World of Outlaws, a series where the races are over faster than bad sex.
Posted 08 March 2000 - 12:59
Posted 09 March 2000 - 10:53
Nope, I'm not hanging a dish outside my Manhattan apartment window (I face the wrong direction anyway) and I'm sure as heck not going to put it up on the roof. Might as well buy one and then stand by a subway station and give it away!
Posted 09 March 2000 - 11:10
Posted 09 March 2000 - 11:17
Posted 09 March 2000 - 12:37
If you have digital avaiable, you may be able to get Speedvision that way. I shut the dish down when we got it here. Every time it rained, the tree branches drooped and I lost my picture. Anyway, check with your cable company. Digital cable is a bit pricey, $63 a month here in Pittsburgh, but I'd pay anything for F1 live.
Posted 09 March 2000 - 13:04
Going for my 1st GP (USGP) in 2000!, I think??!! (Hey Tony George, where are my tickets?)
Posted 09 March 2000 - 13:05