RED BULL CRASHED ICE FINAL, F1 SHOW CAR RUN MELBOURNE, STOLEN GIRLFRIENDS CLUB
- 21 MAR 2011
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- Arttu Pihlainen wins the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship in front of 110,000 fans +++ Mark Webber excites the masses with his show car run in Australia +++ The Stolen Girlfriends Club visit a shopping centre in New Zealand: This is Bullet Points! The set-up for the Red Bull Crashed Ice final in Quebec City could not have been better: 110,000 spectators, a perfect track and a stunning duel for the World Championship title which went to fast Finn Arttu Pihlainen – and we have the action. Then we travel to Melbourne in Australia, where Red Bull Racing driver Mark Webber met up with his fans and compatriots a week before the season opener there. “It would be nice to begin the season with a victory,” Webber commented. Finally, we meet The Stolen Girlfriends Club. To generate new customers, the fashion brand hosted a fashion show in a shopping mall in New Zealand, much to the amusement of shoppers.
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