Thrills are something that we all seek. The adrenaline rush stays with you for a long time and thrill seekers are after that as often as possible. This heart-racing excitement is something you can get from driving a fast car, such as the Mazda MX-5, and also goes hand in hand with football. Whether you’re a player who has the opportunity to score the winning goal, or a fan watching in the ground, at home or in the pub; the beautiful game gives us plenty of heart stopping moments.
The 2010 World Cup is just reaching that stage as some countries and their fans will experience the ecstasy of reaching the knockout stages, while others will have to deal with the agony of going home early. The fate of England is yet to be decided, but after their do or die match with Slovenia the nation will either be rejoicing or shedding tears. Fabio Capello’s men have yet to provide us with any thrilling moments thus far, and the tournament as a whole has been largely devoid of excitement.
The same cannot be said about driving the Mazda MX-5, a car that thrill seekers love to get behind the wheel of. Once you’ve experienced the thrills of the roadster finding a comparable buzz can be a difficult challenge. Racing your friends in a buffalo stampede or Condor Hand Gliding in the Andes won’t even come close, and even the most exciting World Cup final in history will be struggling to compete. Once you’ve experienced the heart-racing excitement and wind-in-your-hair exhilaration of the agile Mazda MX-5 you’ll understand.
So far the 2010 World Cup has seen as many thrills off the pitch as there have been on it. The French team pressed the self-destruct button as Premier League stars Nicolas Anelka and Patrice Evra clashed with manager Raymond Domenech, meaning that Les Bleus fell at the first hurdle. But will Wayne Rooney, Lionel Messi or Fernando Torres be lucky enough to experience the thrills of playing in the final in South Africa? You’ll just have to wait and see, but if England did crash out you’d still be able to get your fix of thrills with the Mazda MX-5.
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