But as I drive the mean streets of southwest London, I have to confess I have never sensed other drivers eyeing me up with the salivating lust provoked by Steve McQueen or Lewis Hamilton. But the controversy over the decision by both professional darts and Formula One to stop using glamourous models at their tournaments has made me realise there was another reason. It is because I lack a lightly attired woman draped across the bonnet as a visible clue to my glamour. When cars are first unveiled to dumb men like me, they almost always have a woman reclining racily on the chassis. I should add that I am talking about the international motor shows rather than the local showroom, where the VWs are normally adorned only by a thirty-something salesman called Clive.
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Formula One CEO Chase Carey said the sport could not continue to ignore criticism of the practice of having grid girls at races. In an interview with The Telegraph , Carey said he was not surprised by the reaction to the decision to drop grid girls, which was announced last week. A poll of F1 Fanatic readers conducted in found a majority were in favour of dropping grid girls or using men as well as women on on the grid. Carey acknowledged that some grid girls opposed the decision. The number that were passionately positive on the other side were much smaller. It is a sport of glamour and of mystique.
Amid a brave new world of sexual consent forms and rage over the "patriarchy," Formula 1 and its FAI ruling body has decided to ban the use of promotional models, known as "grid girls," from its events because they don't " resonate with [the] brand values [of F1] and clearly is at odds with modern day societal norms. Replacing the Grid Girls will be F1's new "Grid Kids" initiative - which is designed to entice younger fans to "get involved" in the racing sport - despite the fact that the program is only available to children who are already involved in a local motorsport club. The move by F1 follows a similar move by the Professional Darts Corporation banned walk-on girls from its competitions. Cooper also implied that grid girls have been misrepresented and put together a photograph collage to highlight that women who work in her trade are not "scantily clad furniture" and that the outfits are more modest. So the inevitable has happened, F1 gridgirls have been banned. Ridiculous that women who say they are "fighting for women's rights" are saying what others should and shouldn't do, stopping us from doing a job we love and are proud to do.
Strunz ist zwei Jahre hier, hat gespielt 10 Spiele, ist immer verletzt! Was erlauben Strunz? Diese Spieler waren Spieler! Waren Meister geworden! Ist immer verletzt!