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October 11, 2013 12:10 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: 'Marquez should have been rewarded'

The only sane response in the story came from Dovi. I enjoy a good fight for position, but every rider should, to the best of their abilities, avoid causing physical harm to another rider. The fact is Mark needlessly hit Dani's bike, which caused Dani to highside (Marc didn't leave a sufficient cushion to the side or rear when braking, simple as that). Based on the new rules a penalty had to be imposed. Will Marc continue to ride the way he does, sure, but just maybe a little more cognizant of accident avoidance (maybe now or later if more instances occur and more penaties imposed) -- this is a good thing. As he has proved, Marc is a fantastic rider, but with reckless tendencies (ie, where a rider's mistakes are too often at the detriment to another rider), which is unfortunate because he doesn't need to be reckless to win. We've seen how reckless riders fare -- it is only a good strategy long term if you don't have the skills to do better otherwise. Marc is much to skillful for


January 05, 2011 6:54 PM

F1 » di Montezemolo blasts four-cylinder engines in F1 'pathetic'

Luca and (gulp) Bernie are absolutely right. 1.4l turbocharged, 4 cylinder, 12k rpm limit, and max of 4 engines in a year is ridiculous. Attempts at controlling costs to keep the grid full is great -- so stop changing the engine rules every other year! The WMSC should focus elswhere (eg, aerodynamics) to induce better racing, not weaken the series with silly engine restrictions. Let's stop the charade of trying to be "green" and get back to racing. F1 is supposed to be the pinnacle of racing isn't it?

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