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Jodie’s Speed Overdose

by | 2nd, September 2003

‘FORMULA 1 is a dangerous sport, as the roll call of casualties bears witness – Gilles Villeneuve, Ricardo Paletti, Roland Ratzenberger, Ayrton Senna, Jodie Marsh…

‘Where’s third gear?’

Jodie Marsh?! You mean THE Jodie Marsh? The woman with the most famous pair of real boobs in Britain?

Brace yourself, dear reader, for some shocking news (as reported on the front page of the Star): “F1 Drama Puts Our Jodie In Casualty.”

Now, there are a lot of possible explanations for this headline, not least the possibility that Jodie has landed a stretchered-on part in the long-running BBC medical drama as a racing driver fighting for her life in Holby’s intensive care.

Of course, however, one look at Jodie and her twin airbags would reassure us all that it would take more than a 200mph crash to put Essex’s favourite slapper in hospital.

And indeed it did. For Jodie was actually rushed to hospital during Sunday’s Day Of Thunder ASCAR event…suffering from car sickness. As a passenger.

Jordan’s busty rival was being driven around Northampton’s Rockingham circuit in the back seat of a two-seat version of Minardi’s F1 car when she started feeling ill.

“At first, nobody realised she was suffering badly from motion sickness,” the Star says. “But she was close to throwing up – then she blacked out.”

All this drama happened at the weekend, which begs the question as to why it has taken until now to reach the pages of “Britain’s hottest paper”.

Is there any truth in the rumours that it took 24 hours before anyone realised that Jodie’s comatose state was any different from normal?’

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