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7 km from SAP Headquarter in Walldorf


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Is this already the S of SAP?


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58 degrees Celsius Asphalt temperature – Hot as HANA


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Quick as HANA – again didn’t catch what I want to show


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Almost …..- next time I get ’em


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need one more try




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Consultants are not that fast …easier to catch



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Are these all SAP fans?





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Finally got ’em



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No luck for the competitors, they crashed their system



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Marketing is leaving





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  1. ' MoazzaM '

    So you finally went for Formula1 racing. Coool 🙂 Guy scratching his head looks like a gambler 😯 because he is acting like his car got crashed on the track and he just lost one grand $. SAP guys are Cool always 😉

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    1. Jürgen L Post author

      I was only supervising my daughter …after I convinced her (which was actually easy) that this would be a memorable birthday present 😉

      15 years have past since I have been the last time to a Grand Prix, I was actually a little disappointed, the sound became more quiet, earlier it was about 128 dB, that’s what me most impressed, glad there was a GP3 race too where the cars still have the old sound.

      The speed with about 320 km/h remained, but the digital cameras are slower than the old analog cameras, so I could immediately recycle the bits of 250 of 560 photos since they showed only the empty track, and the few real good ones can fill a calendar (a small Christmas gift).

      Ah yes…she enjoyed and asked already to get the same present next year ….I love my daughter 😘

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      1. ' MoazzaM '

        I dont know much about Formula1 racing. I’ve only seen these on TV sometimes or in movies. After watching Final Destination car crash scene I felt its too dangerous to watch this race while sitting besides track.

        320 km/h 😯 I have only driven on 140 km/h and that was too much for me 😛 I can’t imagine how amazing that would be to watch cars running on 320 km/h speed. It must be great fun.

        Your daughter must be lucky to have a dad like you who takes her for her favorite birthday present 😎 but why do you go after years? Is it not safe to go there or is it race that is arranged rarely?

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        1. Jürgen L Post author

          The priorities are changing with getting married and father, the passion did not. What I earlier had to pay just for me has to be multiplied by 3 now, and such events are real expensive

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          1. ' MoazzaM '

            Are you serious? Is it that expensive that a person like you have to think about it before planning to go there? If you don’t mind may i know how much it cost for one person to visit this car race for once and how long does it take to end the race? I want to compare it with other sports like soccer or cricket 😛

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            1. Jürgen L Post author

              I don’t get paid in a ratio to my point level here – some room for improvement.

              In pre-sales you get only weekend tickets, Friday to Sunday, each day has about 8 hour schedule with practice sessions, and races in other series, but the main event is 2 hours maximum. Tickets are from 129€ standing place to 560€ bleachers p.P.

              We had just a day ticket from the box office.

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                1. Steve Rumsby

                  Yeah, F1 is ridiculously overpriced. I’ve only been once, when somebody else was paying. I’m glad I went, but I won’t be spending my own money on a ticket. The British GP is worse – cheapest race day ticket for the 2015 Grand Prix is £155. Grandstand tickets are up to £340.

                  Unfortunately there are enough people willing to pay those prices that they have no incentive to lower them. F1 is a huge money-making machine.

                  And I should point out that I’m something of an F1 fan – not a huge fan, but I’d go to Silverstone every year if the prices were sensible.

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              1. ' MoazzaM '

                After seeing your profile and years of experience I thought you must be sitting somewhere as IT head and doing nothing but just suggesting solutions and leading/guiding your team. This is usually what people do in this age and at this stage of career but it seems like you are working by yourself 🙂

                Its really expensive and one can plan a 3/4 days tour to some other nearest country with this amount 😯 Now I got to know that why F1 race is so famous in europe.

                Thank$

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            2. Hitesh Gaur

              In Indian Grand Prix 2012, the ticket cost for sitting was INR 40,000.00 ($ 650 approx). It is an expensive game to watch. 🙁

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