Dear F1 Tumblr Family
I want to thank you for everything. Last year, after the Vettel’s winning, I was so sad, because I’ve nobody to talk about this, and I’ve no idea that there were BBC coverage… Then, in march, I discover Tumblr. I found so many great people there. I would thank every one of you, because you make my days better.
To be honest, I don’t really like this season. See Vettel wins every race and LRGP going worst and worst… I really believe that without you, I would do as in 2007, when I finish to stop to watch F1. But you guys, was there. And you make me continue to believe in my passion. And whatever who win, I have fun with you, I talk about many things. For this, it was a wonderful year.
I never have someone as passioned as me about F1. I can talk about it with a friend, but he’s not really passion. So I know that I can come there, find other people as crazy as I am for this sport. I know that you will comfort me if I feel bad. I know you’ll learn me things about so many stuff. You’re the best thing which happens to me this year. Because now, I will never be alone anymore…
SO THANK YOU
Thank you to remember every day why I’m working so hard at university.
Thank you to make me believe in my dream.
Thank you to be you.
Glee Exclusive: Fox Exec Touts 'Powerful Finale' That Will Set Up 'Exciting, Consistent' Season 4
MARCH 22, 2012 08:48 AM PDT Michael Ausiello
Nineteen days. That’s how long it is until Glee returns from its winter hibernation with the first of seven consecutive original episodes, culminating with the Season 3 finale on May 22.
And according to one of the show’s (arguably biased) top execs, the April 10 spring premiere will be worth the nearly two-month wait. “It’s exciting and is driving towards graduation and an exciting end to the season,” teased Dana Walden, co-chairman of 20th Century Fox Television, at this week’s Television Academy Foundation TV Summit.
Walden added that the final batch of episodes are “emotional” and “funny,” and set the stage for “a very powerful finale when viewers get to see what’s on the horizon for all of these characters that people love so deeply. We’re [building to] a very exciting launch into next season.”
On the topic of Season 4, Walden declined to discuss what Glee‘s post-graduation universe would look like — or which members of the current cast would be populating it. But she assured fans that, when the dust settles, the show will still feel like Glee.
“I see it as a continuation of Glee,” she said of next season. “I don’t define it in any one way or another. It feels like Glee to me. The ideas that Ryan [Murphy]‘s discussed with me feel consistent with this amazing series. It feels very consistent in a dynamic and entertaining way.” (With reporting by Vlada Gelman)