BBC feminazis can’t leave anything alone, even Top Gear. And there’s nothing they like more than rigging situations so that women humiliate men. In last night’s episode Sabine Schmitz, a German professional motor racing driver for BMW and Porsche, smugly instructed Rory Reid on how to get better lap times in a Chevrolet “muscle car”, then promptly beat his time without him in the car, which in itself would have improved her lap time.
What exactly did this licence fee funded nonsense demonstrate? That a female racing driver can manage lap times faster than… er… a journalist. Big deal. What next? Maybe the BBC is working on a programme where a top female chess player beats a male traffic warden at the game. But in chess as in motor racing and in all competitions where achievement can be objectively measured women are nowhere to be seen at the top level. Women require performance to be subjectively measured to sustain any pretence of equal performance, and even that generally requires rigging of assessment processes by women, and men determined to curry women’s favour by preferencing women over men.
If you have a BBC licence you can watch the episode of Top Gear here. The section with Rory Reid and Sabine Schmitz is 11:50 – 25:15.