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Last updated on July 26th, 2017 at 01:50 pm

Sing along with a Formula One engine! (This continues a trend in automotive songery.)


Posted by Tim B. on 10/27/2005 at 11:15 PM
    1. I prefer singing along with this one instead.

      Here are the lyrics:
      A ding ding ding ding dididing ding bing bing pscht,
      Dorhrm bom bom bedom bem bom bedom bom bum ba ba bom bom,
      Bouuuuum bom bom bedahm, Bom be barbedarm bedabedabedabeda
      Bbrrrrrimm bbrrrrramm bbbrrrrrrrrraammmmm ddddddraammm,
      Bah bah baah baah ba wheeeeeee-eeeee-eeeee!

      (and the story behind it all here.)

      Posted by Dan Lewis on 2005 10 28 at 01:42 AM • permalink


    1. Ahhhhh…the sounds of fossil fuel exploding.

      Posted by JamesP on 2005 10 28 at 02:40 AM • permalink


    1. #2. Dinosaur remains and very old growth forests. Sweet!!

      Posted by Lucky Nutsacks on 2005 10 28 at 03:13 AM • permalink


    1. Just dbbl-checked. F1 does indeed use petroleum as opposed to grain fed methanol fueled Indycars.
      A Formula One team will use on average 200,000 litres of fuel per season. Yeah boy!!

      Posted by Lucky Nutsacks on 2005 10 28 at 03:23 AM • permalink


    1. Spelling error was intentional – I do it in the hope that a stern buxom authoritarian female will punish me for it 🙂

      Posted by Lucky Nutsacks on 2005 10 28 at 03:41 AM • permalink


    1. A throaty ROAR at the end would have been excellent….but that was cool as…

      : )

      Posted by Srekwah on 2005 10 28 at 06:50 AM • permalink


    1. Is this the beginning of a Caraoke trend?

      Posted by Evil Pundit on 2005 10 28 at 10:05 AM • permalink


    1. I gotta admit:  you probably get better range than using chickens.  When does the Christmas CD come out?

      Posted by RebeccaH on 2005 10 28 at 07:38 PM • permalink


    1. Cool!

      Can you say- “throttle response”

      I wonder what the RPM range was for that?

      Posted by rinardman on 2005 10 28 at 10:48 PM • permalink


  1. So first there was bolding and boldery and now comes songery.

    What next, Tim? Enquiring mind want to know. Oh, and how much does songerying cost?

    Posted by Nilknarf Arbed on 2005 10 29 at 07:52 AM • permalink