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May 09, 2014 3:24 AM

F1 » Button: Two experienced drivers would be best

Am I the only one who finds it a bit pedantic when the article consists of a series of longer recaps of each sentence before every single one of Button's individual sentences from his statement? I understand that the writer has to contribute something, but all I do most of the time these days is read only the part in quotes. Sorry to dump on you Crash, I do like this site, and I've seen profound insights actually included in articles before. As such, I lament when quality falls.


May 08, 2014 6:57 AM

F1 » Brawn plays down Ferrari visit

I'm not going to jump to any conclusions at this point, but I will say, Kimi, Fernando and Ross Brawn would be a great combination, somewhat akin to the Schumacher-era powerhouse Ferrari had. Kimi has always been lauded by the technical side of the garage, Alonso presumably knows how to push and develop a car, and Brawn, well, his resume speaks for iteself.


May 06, 2014 2:33 AM

MotoGP » ‘Progress’ as Pedrosa seeks early pace

I'm starting to get just a little bit worried about Pedrosa's chances this year. If a Yamaha wasn't between him and Marquez I'd have some more faith at this point. Considering his lightness and precision, I'm beginning to wonder if the Yamaha would actually be a better weapon for him to take a championship. Still, I would like to think he has the ability to beat Marquez on the same machine. Come on, little guy -- he's pretty much forced me to become his fan.


April 30, 2014 11:04 AM
Last Edited 732 days ago

F1 » Montoya not excited by F1

I've been watching F1 for roughly 10-12 years now, and I hate to say, frustratingly enough, all each new rule paradigm has brought us is a different team dominating, 2005-06 possibly excluded. Something has to change in the philosophy -- it seems as though the FIA would see an uneven table with three legs too short while most would see the one long one to be fixed. I guarantee no one would be whining about "noise" if the racing was actually there, and, god forbid, even exciting.


May 01, 2014 6:46 PM
Last Edited 734 days ago

MotoGP » Marquez talks one wheel corner entry

I don't have an engineering degree but I have a loose theory: as the bike is tipped on the front wheel, the rear wheel acts as a gyro of sorts, and is inherently closer to the ground than upright anyway, keeping the cg low. I'm also willing to bet that with the rear tire gripping nothing, Marquez inherently incurs no engine braking at the end of his stopping zone, allowing full attention to where the bike's actually headed.

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