Life In The Fast Lane #3: Drive To Survive Review – Second Half

The third edition of Overtime Onlines weekly column. This week we look at the second half of Drive To Survive, the return of Aston Martin and ‘Project Pitlane’.

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Life In The Fast Lane #2: Formula 1 Drive To Survive Review

In the second edition of Life in the Fast Lane Tony Robertson reviews Netflix’s Formula 1 Drive To Survive season 2 in the second edition of his column: Life In The Fast Lane.

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Life In The Fast Lane #1: Formula 1 2020 Season Preview

Tony Robertson looks ahead to the upcoming F1 season, previewing the new column and predicting how the season will go for the liked of Hamilton and Verstappen.

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Green Day: Father Of All: Album Review

Tweet The American punk-rockers say goodbye to politics and take a complete left turn on their 13th studio album. ‘Father Of All’ is quite possibly Green Day’s most unique album to date. Firstly, the album is only 26 minutes long, making it their shortest record yet. And then secondly, the album is completely all over the place with no sense of direction, but that is what makes it work so well. #FatherOfAll is finally out!! Time to turn it waaaaay the f🦄🦄 k up https://t.co/lnFp92jxuC pic.twitter.com/c76qpGdUiM — Green Day (@GreenDay)…

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Top influential people who have worked to protect our planet

Tweet We all do our bit to protect the earth by recycling, driving less or switching off the heating when we leave the house, but some go above and beyond and their passion shows from the amount of time and effort they put into getting people educated and involved in sustainability. Noel Lynch, prominent member within the Green Party and former London Assembly member expresses that Dr Paul Ehrlich, Sir David Attenborough and Rachel Carson make it on his list of the top inspirational activists. In the late 1960’s, Ehrlich…

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