Sunday, November 20, 2011

500 miles to Rocky

Rocky returns ... as a coach. Sylvester Stallone has returned to a rigorous training plan for an athlete to reach elite, the style
of what he conceived to make the script of the legendary film he starred for the first time in 1976.

On this occasion no boxing involved. The sufferer who has dared to put into the hands of the actor is Jean Alesi. This French 47
years is two months following a strict plan developed by his friend Stallone. The challenge is that the Frenchman disputes the Indianapolis 500 in 2012.

The interpreter and the pilot are known from the time when Jean was active in Formula 1 since Sylvester is a faithful follower of the Great Circus and, given its Italian origin, is a fan of Ferrari. Alesi came to play 202 major awards and their day of glory came in 1995 when he won his only victory in Canada.

The Montfavet is considered one of the 'enfants terribles' of motorsport. He won the French F3 in 1987 and in 1989, the F3000. He seemed to have a bright
future in F1. He joined Tyrrell and after making two podium finishes in 1990, Ferrari was set on it. His talent in abundance was lost in races with low dose constant and
aggressive maneuvers sterile. Yet he was wearing red five seasons before moving to Benetton, Sauber and leave being a former pupil of
rival and friend, Alain Prost.


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