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Alicia and the other SI Swimsuit Models!
Hall Wins Sports Illustrated 2005 Swimsuit Model Search
Feb 10th - Alicia Hall, a
tall and willowy 5' 8" 20-year old beauty from Las Vegas,
NV, was selected the winner of the first ever Sports llustrated
Swimsuit Model Search which ran for 6 weeks on NBC television.
Jenna's profession is web design, and her favorite pass times
are watching basketball , designing clothes, and also persuing
a musical career. Not a new commer to talent and beauty competitions,
back in 2003 at age 19 Alicia competed in TV's Starsearch in
the Spokesmodel Category with a win one week, along with our
own FastDates calendar model Joanna
Krupa (Joanna appears on the cover of this month's
total of 12 lovely amateurs from local castings across
America were selected to compete in the TV Search, where
the judges eliminated the girls each week based on their
performance in photo shoots and runway modeling shoes.
Our favorite model pick, Jenna, made it to the top 3,
but was eliminated because the judges felt she liiked
to much like a pinup model! That left Alica and Shanon,
a Public Relations major from Dallas. TX,and engages to
be married, in the final two.
winner from the final 2 contestants, Alicia and Shannon,
was susposedly selected in online voting by visitors on
the NBC and Sports Illustrated websites, though no vote
tally has been disclosed, and we might suspect the SI
judging panel still held sway over the selection of the
winner - but it is their pageant and we'd probably do
the same. Especially with the grand prize being a reported
$1,000,000 modeling contract with NEXT models and a feature
pictorial in the 2005 Illustrated Swimsuit Magazine Annual
which hits newstands on February 15th.
any more beautiful than some of the other contestants, Alicia
was probably the most deserving to win the dream modeling contract
with Sports Illustrated and NEXT for the adversities she had
to overcome in growing up. Jenna came from a poverty stricken
and broken family, and had spent much of her childhood in foster
homes. The show's final eposode took us to Jenna's last foster
home where her adopting and much loved family lived in a broken
down trailer park.
Look for Alicia
in the 2005 Illustrated Swimsuit Magazine Annual which hits newstands
on February 15t
funniest part of the Show's final program was when Alicia
met up with her natual sister back home in Las vegas,
and they recount the time when they wre living out of
a car for 3 months with their destitute parents. But rather
then tell their little girls they had been evicted from
their home, her father told the they they were living
in the car because they were traveling... " on vacation."
click on Alicia's picture and we will take you to heaven.
with the SI Girls here:
Illustrated Swimsuit Model Search 2005
illustrated Swimsuit Model Collection
Tamada headed the time sheets at Sepang
on the Konica Minolta Honda RC211V, still in primer paint.
MotoGP World Championship
Tamada and Honda RC211Vs
Top Sepang MotoGP Tests
Sepang (Malaysia), 11- 13th February 2005
- Three days of torrid weather conditions (33° air/60°
track) and severe cases of the flu for some of the top riders
greeted all the teams for the 2005 MotoGP world championship at
the Malaysian circuit for the second and final winter test session
scheduled for Sepang. Very little grip and high humidity inevitably
man on the final day, and for the three-days, was Konica Minolta
Honda rider Makoto Tamada. Japanese star Tamada arrived at Sepang
suffering from a bout of flu but the Japanese star had recovered
well enough to put in a fast lap at 2m 00.955s at the end of the
final day while testing Michelin qualifying tyres.
RC211V dominated the three-day MotoGP tests at the 5.548km Sepang
circuit, Malaysia today. The new grand prix machine has steadily
improved performance over the three-days with extensive work on
chassis, suspension and the electronics while working closely
with tyre supplier Michelin. HRC Engineers and the team technicians
emerge from the test in optimistic fame of mind as they prepare
for the next three-day test, at Phillip Island, Australia on February
and Edwards get back to Work on the Yamaha
The Gauloises Yamaha Team’s busy winter testing schedule
resumed in Sepang today, as the team began the second three-day
test of the year at the Malaysian circuit. Just over a fortnight
since they were last here, reigning World Champion Valentino Rossi
and his new Yamaha team-mate Colin Edwards were back on board
their 2005-specification YZR-M1s, once again sharing the track
with the large majority of their fellow MotoGP competitors.
completed 58 laps and was fifth fastest in the unofficial standings
with a best time of 2’02.53, despite suffering from a fever
which worsened as the day wore on. He spent much of the day testing
Michelin tyres, whilst also doing some work on the engine braking
settings of his M1. Like his team-mate, Edwards’ day was
largely focused on tyre work with he and his team also spending
some time changing the front and rear settings. He set a fastest
lap of 2’02.98 from a total of 63, which was the ninth fastest
time of the day. The Quickest man on the track was Honda man Sete
Gibernau with a time of 2’01.76, followed by fellow Honda
riders Alex Barros (2’02.12) and Makoto Tamada (2’02.41).
Loris Capirossi set the fourth fastest time of the day on his
Ducati, just ahead of Rossi with a lap of 2’02.47.
Valentino Rossi, (2’02.53, 58 laps)
had a fever today and I didn’t feel so good. As the day
went on I felt more and more weak and I began to find it hard
to focus on the bike. I thought it was a good idea to stop a little
early, as we had already done all the work we wanted to do. We
worked a lot on tyres today and also on engine braking; we had
a few things to improve on this from the last test and we managed
that today, so we achieved what we needed to do. I am going to
go to sleep early tonight and I hope to feel better tomorrow!”
Colin Edwards (2’02.98, 63 laps)
had a few difficulties starting out today; for some reason the
bike didn’t feel the same as last time, but once we sat
down and discussed things, everything got better. We did a lot
of tyre work and didn’t change much on the settings throughout
the morning, but this afternoon we played around a bit with the
front and rear settings, and made some good improvements. It felt
even hotter than at the last test, but I’m pleased because
I was doing consistently fast laps during the hottest part of
sets quickest time for Ducati squad despite feeling feverish.
Ducati Marlboro Team rider Loris
Capirossi joined his team-mate Carlos Checa on
their new Desmosedici GP5 machines for further shakedown testsand,
despite a high temperature, carried on with the scheduled test
programme. The Italian rider completed 54 laps on the new GP5
which had been tested by Shinichi Itoh yesterday, setting a best
time of 2m02. 47s.
I lapped pretty good, but I was worn out by the end of the day"
declared Loris. "I'm not feeling very well, so I get tired
pretty quickly and above all my reactions are a bit slow. However
I am quite satisfied because I managed to quickly find something
that enabled me to set some good times immediately: now my hopes
are high for the next couple of days".
Checa, who also tested the new GP5, also went well, the Spanish
rider finishing the day with a total of 58 laps and a best time
of 2m02.56s. "We worked well and are improving step by step,
even though I still have to get into the swing of things"
commented Checa. "I tried several different tyres, some with
a good potential, others which lasted well. Now my bike has a
good balance and we have ahead of us a couple of hard days of
work that I want to get the best out of!"
Shinichi Itoh was also on the track today, the Japanese rider
completing 58 laps with the Desmosedici GP4 of the Ducati-Bridgestone
Tyre Test Team and setting a best time of 2m04.30s. In preparation
for his work with the team this season, Itoh tried several different
set-ups in order to get to know the behaviour of the bike, which
is fundamental for the development of the tyres.
unveil 2005 RC211V on opening day of the Sepang MotoGP test
The 2005 MotoGP teams and riders returned to the Sepang circuit
in Malaysia, for the second winter test of the year. Seven riders,
racing in the colours of four Honda teams took to the 5.548km
grand prix circuit eager to test the 2005 version of the RC211V
990cc V-5 four-stroke machines that they will race in the 17-round
world championship series. All seven RCV riders started the test
with basically the same equipment, the chassis and engine configurations
that were confirmed as optimal for the RCV from the technical
data gathered during the test at Sepang last month.
Repsol Honda factory team machines of Max Biaggi and Nicky Hayden,
plus the Telefonica MoviStar liveried machine of Sete Gibernau
featuring more advanced. electronic systems to those employed
on the RCV’s tested by the satellite team riders. With an
ambient temperature of 35’, high humidity and a track surface
temperature over 50’ (43’ in January) that offered
less grip than at the previous test held at the circuit the MotoGP
riders faced a tough shakedown test day.
Honda rider least affected by the energy sapping heat and poor
track conditions proved to be Sete Gibernau who claimed the honour
of fastest Honda man on the day. Spaniard Gibernau was immediately
at home on his new mount and quickly found a base set up to work
from. Once established he used the set up to test chassis and
suspension settings before moving on to test new race rubber from
tyre supplier Michelin. His best lap time of 2m 01.765s was half
a second off his fastest time set in the January test.
new Telefonica MoviStar Honda teammate Marco Melandri shared Gibernau’s
impression of the 2005 RCV. The young Italian immediately felt
comfortable on the new bike and despite the oppressive heat he
soon found a good rhythm. Melandri worked from the set up he was
happiest with at the last Sepang test, tried several alternative
electronic adjustments before reeling off a series of consistently
Honda factory riders Max Biaggi and Nicky Hayden had an eventful
day. Biaggi slid off his RCV at turn 11 escaping injury. The RCV
was not so lucky sustaining crash damage. Later in the day as
he exited his pit box the Italian collided with teammate Nicky
Hayden who was entering his pit. Both riders emerged from the
incident unscathed Biaggi particularly happy not to hurt himself
as he is now close to full fitness following his winter recuperation
from a broken ankle sustained in November.
treated his day as a shakedown test trying various small adjustments
to the rolling chassis in a bid to find the optimum base setting
to suit his style. He was not looking for a fast lap ending the
day 8/10ths of a second off his best time set during the January
worked in the same direction as his teammate before concentrating
his attention on the suspension of his RC211V in preparation for
chassis testing tomorrow. The former American Superbike Champion
put in a marathon 87 laps the track temperature so high he could
not get within one-second of his best time at the last Sepang
Honda teamsters Alex Barros and Troy Bayliss emerged from day
one of the three-day test in very different moods. Brazilian Barros
used his vast experience of the RCV to continue where he left
off in January and despite the poor conditions out on track was
quick to find a good base set up to work from. He spent his day
working on the front forks in combination with new front tyres
contrast teammate Bayliss admitted he was disappointed with his
days work and ended the first day of three one and a half seconds
slower than he had been at the January tests. The Australian,
a former World Superbike Champion, was unable to find his rhythm
and a late afternoon crash did not help matters. Bayliss has an
optimistic view of life and is confident his chief mechanic, Santo
Mulero, will find solutions to his difficulties with the base
set up of the RC211V.
star Makoto Tamada arrived at Sepang suffering from a bout of
flu but still managed to put his Konica Minolta Honda RC211V through
a grueling 60-lap stint. Working from data gleaned at the last
test and changes to the electronics Tamada slowly lowered his
lap time on the poor surface. The popular Japanese rider ended
the day in positive mood with a lap time half a second faster
than on his previous visit.
MotoGP Test - Rossi and Capirossi out with the Flu, Biaggi Quickest
Feb 12th - Valentino Rossi, who turns twenty-six next
week, was unwell and unable to ride. Rossi felt progressively
worse throughout the first day of testing but the Italian had
hoped to be recovered enough to ride today. Unfortunately this
was not the case and he was forced to spend the day resting in
the hotel in the hope that he will be well enough to resume his
testing program tomorrow. Rossi was not the only rider to be suffering
today; Fortuna Yamaha rider Ruben Xaus was watching from the pit
wall, sidelined by minor injuries picked up at the last test,
and Loris Capirossi (Ducati) was also sick and headed back to
his hotel after just ten laps left him feeling too ill to continue.
included the MotoGP teams from Honda, Ducati, Suzuki and Kawasaki,
as well as the Fortuna Yamaha Team. Honda rider Max Biaggi recovered
from two crashes yesterday to post the fastest time of the day
in 2’01.501, while the next three positions were filled
by his fellow Honda riders Sete Gibernau (2’01.686), Nicky
Hayden (2’01.717) and Alex Barros (2’01.786).
- Repsol Honda: 2m 01.50s - 62 laps.
"The fast lap time didn't really matter yesterday and it
doesn't matter too much today but it's still good to record the
fastest lap of the day – for everyone in the team, from
the last technician to the first engineer. But we are still at
the beginning of a long path and we still have a lot of new parts
to try so the hard work will continue tomorrow. I didn't even
try new tyres today - the track is very slippy because of the
high temperature and humidity but tomorrow we will try the new
tyres from Michelin."
MotoGP Test - Tamada
tops times as Honda RC211V takes top three spots
The 2005 Honda RC211V claimed the top three fastest times on the
final day of the three-day MotoGP test at the 5.548km Sepang circuit,
Malaysia today. The new grand prix machine has steadily improved
performance over the three-days with extensive work on chassis,
suspension and the electronics while working closely with tyre
supplier Michelin. HRC Engineers and the team technicians emerge
from the test in optimistic fame of mind as they prepare for the
next three-day test, at Phillip Island, Australia on February
man of the day, and for the three-days, was Konica Minolta Honda
rider Makoto Tamada. Japanese star Tamada arrived at Sepang suffering
from a bout of flu but the Japanese star had recovered well enough
to put in a fast lap at 2m 00.955s at the end of the final day
while testing Michelin qualifying tyres.
Honda factory rider Max Biaggi has settled in well with his all
new team and his best lap time was just 2/100ths of a second slower
than Tamada’s best. The Italian achieved all the objectives
crew chief Erv Kanemoto had set for the new team and now moves
on to further testing at Phillip Island in confident mood.
Biaggi’s teammate, American Nicky Hayden, expected more
of his day following his good day yesterday but he could not find
a good rhythm early on but rallied as the day went on to find
the speed and consistency he will need when the championship opens
Loris Capirossi returned in the morning and immediately set a
respectable time of 2m01.452s in his 42 laps. The Italian was
also out on the track in the afternoon but was forced to call
it a day as he continued to feel the effects of flu. "It
was a pity I was unable to get the most out of these days here
at Sepang, but I wasn't really feeling well at all" declared
Capirossi. "However I'm pretty pleased with what we managed
to do, I like the bike a lot and I can immediately set a good
pace. Hopefully I'll be in top form at Phillip Island".
Team SUZUKI MotoGP put the Suzuki GSV-R race bike through many
gruelling tests at the hot and humid Malaysian circuit. All aspects
of theie new bike were scrutinised to give the technicians and
riders more valuable data about the GSV-R's performance and handling
capabilities. New engine mapping and control systems were tested
along with the latest front and rear tyre compounds from Bridgestone.
Kenny Roberts Jr and John Hopkins were both positive about the
progress made since visiting the circuit last month. Roberts Jr
lapped the 5.5km track in a time of 2min02.07secs on race tyres,
which is over a second inside the current lap record, held by
World Champion Valentino Rossi.
Roberts Jr said: "The guys are working really hard to get
the GSV-R at the top of its game. The bike has a lot of potential
and it's certainly capable of a good lap time, the target now
is to make it capable of those lap times over a race distance.
The good news is that Suzuki knows exactly what it has to do to
achieve just that."
Hopkins clocked a time of 2min02.19secs -over 2.5 seconds quicker
than his race lap time at Sepang last year. Equally as pleased
with his performance as Roberts Jr
1 Unofficial Lap Times:
1. Sete Gibernau (Honda) 2'01.76
2. Alex Barros (Honda) 2'02.12
3. Makoto Tamada (Honda) 2'02.41
4. Loris Capirossi (Ducati) 2'02.47
5. VValentino Rossi (Yamaha) 2'02.53
6. Carlos Checa (Ducati) 2'02.56
9. Colin Edwards (Yamaha) 2'02.98
2 Unofficial Lap Times:
1. Max Biaggi (Honda) 2'01.501
2. Sete Gibernau (Honda) 2'01.686
3. Nicky Hayden (Honda) 2'01.717
4. Alex Barros (Honda) 2'01.786
5, Carlos Checa (Ducati) 2'01.891s.
8. Colin Edwards(Yamaha) 2'02.378
3 Unofficial Lap Times:
1. Makoto Tamada (Honda) 2'00.955
2. Max Biaggi (Honda) 2'01.015
3. Alex Barros (Honda) 2'01.159
4. Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) 2'01.275
5. Loris Capirossi (Ducati) 2'01.452
6. Kenny Roberts (Suzuki) 2'02.07
7. John Hopkins (Suzuki) 2'02.019
9. Colin Edwatds(Yamaha) 2'02.641
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Testing in Spain
(Spain), February 7- 8th: The Ducati Xerox Team, which
was presented to the international press at the Ducati factory
in Bologna last Thursday, saw its 2005 World Superbike campaign
get off to a wet start on the first day of a two-day testing session
in Valencia, Spain.
fell most of the morning at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit and the
cold and wet conditions prevented James Toseland and Régis
Laconi from putting in much track time on their Ducati 999 F05
factory machines as they start the countdown to the new season,
which gets underway in three weeks time in Qatar.
(45 laps) was the quickest rider throughout the day with a time
of 1m41.3s while Toseland (40 laps) recorded a 1m43.6s, but today's
times are not significant due to the poor weather and track conditions.
2004 champion Toseland was slightly disappointed with today's
testing: "We haven't done many full laps and it's been a
disappointing day because I was looking forward to this last test
before going to Qatar", he declared.
haven't been able to do much all day, the track dried up a bit
but it was intermediates to slicks and we didn't get a good run
at it today.
I feel ready and the bike's ready but we've still got to test
everything. It's just a case of having more time to do some more
laps", concluded Toseland.
Xerox team-mate Laconi was of the same opinion, the Frenchman
commenting: "Today it was really hard out there, the cold
and the wet didn't allow us to conclude much. Towards the end
of the day we fitted a 'slick' on the rear but the track still
had patches of damp all around and it was impossible to push hard.
Let's hope things will improve tomorrow to enable us to leave
for Qatar with a better idea of where we are" he added.
On Tuesday, testing was cut short early in the afternoon
as rain continued to lash the Ricardo Tormo circuit in Valencia,
forcing riders and engineers to pack up early. Cold and wet throughout
the scheduled two-day test meant that very little dry-weather
track time was completed, but James Toseland and Régis
Laconi were both quick in these conditions and declared they were
satisfied with the set-up and the handling of the Ducati 999 F05
on the wet track.
Toseland was slightly quicker than his French team-mate
today, the 24 year-old from Sheffield recording a time of 1m52.3s
in his 18 laps. "It was a pity about the weather conditions
because I really wanted to come here and put in some endurance
lapping on the bike to sort everything out" declared the
reigning world champion, "but it's not a problem and we're
in a good position as we go to Qatar for two more days of testing".
"The 999 F05 is ready, we've just got to get
rid of the teething problems you usually have with a new bike.
There are a lot of new parts and we've got to test everything.
Everything is looking good, it's just a case of having more time
to do more laps", added Toseland.
Laconi, just a couple of tenths of a second slower
in his 23 laps, was upbeat about his and his bike's performance
despite crashing late in the morning. "Today was OK in these
conditions", declared Régis. "We were running
full wets because it was raining a lot out on the track but we
worked very well to improve the 999's handling and set-up in these
conditions. The track was very slippery and I lost the rear on
the entry to the final right-hander and had a small crash but
there is no problem".
"I am happy about what we found this morning
and it feels so great to work with my engineers in the team again.
We've still got a few things to do but I can't wait for the season
to start", he concluded.
MotoGP star Norik Abe Tests with Yamaha France on the R1
New Yamaha Motor France rider Norick Abe may have hoped for better
weather for his two-day test on his Yamaha YZF-R1 but the Circuit
Ricardo Tormo track surface remained wet for both days of his
acclimatisation test, hampering his preparations for his rookie
season in the Superbike World Championship.
A veteran of the MotoGP field, and a three-time MotoGP race winner
for Yamaha, rode the 2005 R1 at Valencia, in what proved to be
the inclement weather on day one Abe completed 41 laps, setting
a best time of 1'46.15 as he got to ride on a track, if not a
machine, he knows well. The torrential rain which heralded the
second morning of testing looked as if it might wipe out the entire
day but Abe carried on to set 29 laps, although conditions did
not enable him to improve on his first day time.
Yamaha Motor France team could not complete all the tests they
had planned; such was the condition of the circuit throughout.
One more two-day test at the Losail circuit in Qatar, the venue
for the first of 12 world superbike rounds in 2005, separates
the entire paddock from the first race. With Abe having raced
there in MotoGP last season, he is well acquainted with the circuit's
nuances; an advantage he will draw on as testing begins on February
19. Abe's track knowledge will also be of great assistance to
his team-mate Sebastien Gimbert, who had already planned to sit
out the Valencia test. The two-leg race itself breaks world superbike's
tradition of Sunday racing by being held on a Saturday, February
was the same as yesterday. Both days were not like a real test
because we could not make the performance better, just because
of the weather. Maybe in Qatar, in the two-day test, we can try
many different settings on the bike, which even in this bad weather
feels strong. I was not sure how the R1 racebike would be. I thought
that it would maybe have a softer chassis than I'm used to, and
much less power, but I was surprised. Even though we were limited
by a wet track, the bike felt stiff and the power was not so bad.
Still less than a MotoGP bike, but not by as much as I expected.
The whole bike feels good; it feels like a racebike. I think it
will be the first time in Qatar for most of the other riders,
but it will be the first time racing the R1 for me. So it will
be a bit of a balancing act."
Yamaha Motor Italia squad with Noriyuki Haga elected to miss the
test due to the inclement weather.
Norick Abe (Yamaha Motor France)
The World Superbike teams now heads to Qatar for
the final two days of pre-season testing on February 18-19 in
preparation for the opening round of the 2005 championship at
the Losail circuit in the Arabian peninsula state on February
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In the wealthy, seaside community of Neptune,
the rich and powerful make the rules, they own the town
and the high school, and desperately try to keep their dirty
little secrets just that…secret. Unfortunately for
them, there's Veronica Mars, a smart, fearless 17-year-old
apprentice private investigator dedicated to solving the
town's toughest mysteries.
(Kristen Bell) actually used to be one of the popular girls,
walking the halls of Neptune High with the rest of the "beautiful
people." But it all came crumbling down around her
after her best friend Lilly was murdered and her then-Sheriff
father Keith Mars (Enrico Colantoni) was removed from office
for naming Lilly's billionaire father, Jake Kane, as the
the day, Veronica must negotiate high school like any average
teenage girl. At night, Veronica helps with her father's
struggling, new private investigator business, sneaking
through back alleys and scoping out no-tell motels with
a telescopic-lens camera and her math book in an attempt
to uncover the California beach town's darkest secrets.
Suzuki MotoGP unveils new look GSV-R
Team Suzuki MotoGP unveiled a striking new paint-scheme for its
2005 version of the Suzuki GSV-R at Bridgestone's New Year Reception
in Tokyo today. The launch was held in partnership with Bridgestone
to showcase the Japanese tyre-manufacturer's motor-sport plans
for 2005. Team SUZUKI MotoGP is committed to Bridgestone as a
long-term technical partner and was honoured to launch its new
cutting edge design at the reception.
The new GSV-R
livery is designed to reflect the excitement, determination and
passion that Suzuki is investing into its flagship race bike and
team. The GSV-R showcases all of Suzuki's corporate racing colours
in the design with a strong emphasis on white to make sure that
it stands out from the crowd. The inspiration for the design has
come from Suzuki's historical racing heritage with a bloodline
that can be traced to the World Championship winning RGV of Kevin
Schwantz in 1993. The fresh-faced GSV-R will make its racing debut
at the opening round of the MotoGP World Championship at Jerez
in Spain on April 10th, where Factory riders Kenny Roberts Jr
and John Hopkins will be going for glory.
"This is an important step forward for Suzuki Motor Corporation
and especially the MotoGP team, " said Paul Denning-Team
Manager. "We are competing both to win and to promote Suzuki's
global image, and the GSV-R now has the design and aggressive
styling the firm's performance pedigree demands. It looks fantastic,
in my opinion, and I am proud to be associated with such a great
is also very significant that the new design was revealed at Bridgestone's
headquarters in Japan. This openly demonstrates the close links
between Bridgestone and Suzuki and our determination to work together
successfully in MotoGP."
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