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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
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Topic - James Hunt
The world of Formula 1 racing is driven by speed, volume and power. So it’s fitting that “Rush,” a movie about two competing Formula 1 drivers, is fast, loud and muscular.
Ron Howard got to drive the pace car that led the field to the green flag of last Sunday's Brickyard 400. He wasn't just visiting the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to enjoy the thrill of racing, though.
Director Ron Howard will have one of the best seats at this year's Brickyard 400.
Often, another name for Formula One could have been Formula Same-Same: Same-old faces driving for the same-old teams winning the same-old races.