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'The most radical ever' F1 car goes on sale: Tyrrell's iconic Seventies six-wheeled racer on the market for £750k

• 1976 car was fitted with four front wheels for better grip and aerodynamics<br>• In two seasons it picked up 14 podium places and one victory for …

Motorcycles

Rich's ComixBlog » Graphic novels by Rich Morris, including Doctor Who fanfiction, stories in the FVLMINATA Rome setting, and other original comic works.

Fanfiction

Rich's ComixBlog » Graphic novels by Rich Morris, including Doctor Who fanfiction, stories in the FVLMINATA Rome setting, and other original comic works.

Fanfiction

Rich's ComixBlog » Graphic novels by Rich Morris, including Doctor Who fanfiction, stories in the FVLMINATA Rome setting, and other original comic works.

Fanfiction

Rich's ComixBlog » Graphic novels by Rich Morris, including Doctor Who fanfiction, stories in the FVLMINATA Rome setting, and other original comic works.

Fanfiction

Rich's ComixBlog » Graphic novels by Rich Morris, including Doctor Who fanfiction, stories in the FVLMINATA Rome setting, and other original comic works.

Fanfiction

Rich's ComixBlog » Graphic novels by Rich Morris, including Doctor Who fanfiction, stories in the FVLMINATA Rome setting, and other original comic works.

Fanfiction

alljustletters:

<b>The 8th Doctor - Thais</b> by Timedancer on dA<p>Painted in 1999, this portrait was inspired by the romantic side of the Eighth Doctor.<p>I imagined he could well be an accomplished violinist, hense the title of the painting. He is playing the beautiful Meditation from the opera Thais, by Massenet.<p>Not only a headcanon, but actually canon. To quote the Data Core: “The Doctor could play the violin, harpsichord, flute, transverse cello, harp, banjo, theremin, wobbleboard and the piano. (PROSE: <i>The Year of</i> …

hawkerly:

“What’s in a name? Names are just titles. Titles don’t tell you anything.” -<b>Tenth Doctor</b>, <i>The Girl in the Fireplace</i><p>“You chose yours. The man who makes people better. How sanctimonious is that?” -<b>The Master</b>, <i>The Sound of the Drums</i><p>“Look my name, my real name, that is not the point. The name I chose is the Doctor. The name you choose, it’s like a promise you make.” -<b>Eleventh Doctor</b>, <i>The Name of the Doctor</i>

I love these stamps. #DoctorWho http://t.co/21per5Qjjj

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"Are we sure this time? Earl's Court was an embarrassment..."

The Great Intelligence; also seen before in Classic Who

<i>The Great Intelligence;</i> also seen before in Classic Who.<p>Notice how it always takes a different form. In Classic Who it was ”<i>a mass of tentacles and mouths</i>” but took over other life forms too. In The Snowmen it’s snow and in the episode The Bells of Saint John it’s Wi-Fi (with an actual proper face this time). Also notice how in the last two episodes it took over kids, first Walter Simeon, who was just a little boy when the snow started talking to him. And second Miss Kizlet, who still had the …

The Doctor, dances

The Doctor, dances.

DOCTOR WHO: The Rings of Akhaten BBC AMERICA Trailer

Don’t miss an all new episode of DOCTOR WHO, “The Rings of Akhaten,” *** premiering Saturday Apr 6 at 8/7c *** on BBC America.<p>Immediately followed by an All New Episode of BBC AMERICA’s original conspiracy-thriller series ORPHAN BLACK at 9/8c and an all new episode of THE NERDIST at 10/9c.<p>In “The Rings of Akhaten,” new companion Clara (JENNA-LOUISE COLEMAN, Emmerdale, Captain America: The First Avenger) wants to see something awesome, so the Doctor (MATT SMITH) whisks her off to the inhabited …

'Doctor Who' Review: 'Bells of St. John' Is a World Wide Web of Intrigue

This is only the second time in <i>Doctor Who</i> history that the phone on the police callbox-shaped TARDIS has rung. The first time was in “The Empty Child,” a season 1 (or season 27/28, depending on how you count it) episode, but that was an effect of electricity and nanogenes and whatnot. “The Bells of …

Andrew Orton

Doctor Who

The Secret Formula

F__ormula One,__ the sexiest motor sport in the world, has grown into a $3 billion global jug­ger­naut. And yet, there’s a problem: 62 years after its founding, F1 is still a puzzle to American audiences. F1—born in the jet-set redoubts of Monaco, San Fermín, and Spa, and with a history more …