Crash.Net User: Bradenws

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February 24, 2014 9:01 AM

WSBK » Guintoli: I’m finally back on the top step…

I'm not too surprised that the engine restrictions haven't really slowed down the Aprilias. They have that nice new flashy silver paint job, and as David Emmett said, any 11-year-old can tell you that makes it go faster. All kidding aside, considering it's heavier than most of its competition in stock trim, and still manages to frequently crank out faster lap times, the chassis seems good enough to make up for any engine de-tuning possibly required.


February 24, 2014 9:19 AM

WSBK » Solid step forward for Rea, Haslam

Considering Honda/HRC is obviously not putting money into a new/realistically competitive bike anytime soon, and recent news has them shelving that rumored V4 (or whatever) "MotoGP-derived" bike for the foreseeable future, they must be spending a large sum to keep putting riders of any considerable talent like Rea or even Haslam on something so outdated at this point.


February 22, 2014 9:21 AM

F1 » Lotus happy with ‘elegant solution’

I like it, especially due to its uniqueness, and even think that the asymmetry makes it more interesting. Vaguely reminiscent of the Williams "walrus" FW26, is it not? At the very least, I appreciate the variety of nose solutions on display this year. They may have similar layouts (the Lotus excluded), but the actual shape and functions of the various noses look quite different.


January 06, 2014 6:39 AM
Last Edited 571 days ago

F1 » Marussia needs to ‘push on’

I'm not sure how much money he brings, but if they're serious, then Marussia needs someone who can actually partner Bianchi, not just follow him around. I normally really wouldn't have much of anything to say about a driver like Chilton, but the delusional drivel he spouts is just too annoying/funny.


December 16, 2013 11:34 AM
Last Edited 594 days ago

F1 » Revealed your ultimate F1 2013 Driver of the Day

I'm a huge Kimi fan, etc., etc., but I do agree with the comments above. I think somewhere along the way Vettel's dominant run just blinded us to how good he was, actually winning all those races and not just being visible somewhere else -- it was almost too predictable. In fact, we should have been more impressed with each win, due to the decidedly UNpredictable nature of the rest of the field, and his uncanny ability to remain seemingly more motivated than maybe everyone else.

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