BMW Oracle RacingBMW Oracle Racing I’m no fan of the company’s logo on the ship but they seem to have the best ships. Click for a larger image from bmwworld.com. All images are 1024 x 768. Dido BMW Oracle RacingI admit I have the World Cup fever. Sailing is a sport that pushes you thru sacred space. A space that is huge. The ocean is unforgiving when it gets mad but it is the most liberating thing to do. The sea is the wonder of the world. The sailboat is interesting construction of parts that is unlike anything constructed. It has round corners and curve shape that makes it seem reliable and free. The evolution of sea disasters have shape the ship into something of beauty. They are something to love. The images came from a BMW boat racing (bmwworld.com) which proves the profitability can buy you a good boat. Will BMW build car that uses the wind to propel there car? Maybe… The other world cup is the World Cup Rally. [image]A sport that requires great driving skills, able to maintain and fix your vehicle makes it a good choice for me. watch video This image appears to show Lao row boat is Indonesian. The video link will take you to BBC Motion Gallery with frantic row boating students. watch video The other world cup is the World Cup Solo Rowing. Rowing is a great way to move the distance efficiently and harmoniously. The sound of the rowing is fun and the distance you can go per stroke is amazing. This image appears to show the boat sinking, but the video doesn’t. The link will take you to BBC Motion Gallery showing how frantic the students try to get the boat moving. * The other world cup is the World Cup motorcycle race – solo. I try to keep a collection of videos. This image one the best that shows the art of leaning when turning. The other world cup is the World Cup Cross country solo motorcycle [image]. It’s got to make you become at peace with the vast plains. The winner was a guy (stock broker) many years ago form San Francisco. One more thing. Hey, sorry for the intro page. It needs to be there fro the moment. The intro page’s (link turned off) CSS style is garbled up, I don’t know when I can fix it.