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Cris Zarate

August 21, 2015 10:47 PM

MotoGP » Michelin rear ‘like a qualifying tyre’


If Michelin's greatest asset is the rear grip and it can sustain over the race distance, then it will heavily favor the Honda and specially Marc Marquez, and will greatly disadvantaged Ducati who needs a lot of front end grip to help with the understeer... I don't know about Yamaha because Lorenzo's corner speed is freakish.. and I am not that good of a motorcyclist to understand how he can do that smoothness in those lean angles.... Another factor is the tire life, If Michelin would degrade then I think it will be good for the sport, we can see a lot of sliding and hard work near the end of the race, unlike with the Stones, that can make the same lap time from lap 1 to the last lap.

Cris Zarate

August 17, 2015 6:05 AM

MotoGP » Pedrosa: It was a sh*t race


Cont... I really hoped Dani have taken the leap of faith in Suzuki, where the chassis is sweet and his weight will benefit the under powered engine... He will not win a championship at Honda anymore... those chances have passed... In a Suzuki or a Yamaha... there is still a maybe... Marquez and his team commands HRC now, and they will not let Dani get the better of the team.

Cris Zarate

August 17, 2015 6:02 AM
Last Edited 7 days ago

MotoGP » Pedrosa: It was a sh*t race


But the biggest mistake Dani made this year is to stay with Honda, a place that he will always be 2nd now that Marquez is on form... How many time you see Shuhei and Dani together? it's always Shuhei and Marc joking around in the paddock, Puig was kicked out, and I bet Mike Leitner's real reason for leaving is the way HRC is now run by Marquez's team. If I am wrong then it's just the way I see it now in Honda. The two satellite bikes (CRU) and (RED) is nowhere near the satellite Yamaha's and the open Honda is a real sh*t., Forward Yamaha seems to be better even in the hands of a Rookie (BAZ). Only Marquez's bike is the only one getting better. I'm sad to say but Honda might be the next Ducati, focused only on the special abillity of Stoner while the bike is going downhill. They made an aggressive engine/chassis for the aggressive Marquez, they forgot they have 3 other riders who like it smooth.

Cris Zarate

August 19, 2015 4:41 PM

F1 » Ferrari confirms Kimi Raikkonen for 2016


I think Vettel is the decider on this, he don't want another Ricciardo to make him look ordinary... With all the respect to Kimi, I really think his prime is long gone, He could not even match Alonso who he battled in 2005 and 2006 for the title who he trade punches every weekend for the win. Ferrari just want a second driver, which will be #2, Kimi is that driver.

Cris Zarate

July 26, 2015 12:09 AM

F1 » Alonso laments ‘fragile’ McLaren as Q3 wait continues


It has to get ugly before its going to be good... This track highlighted the car with a good chassis and aero.. That is why redbull got better and also Mclaren even with those cars being underpowered.. Honda is not a manufacturer that dont know what they are doing... Just look at their racing effort is almost all discipline... They know what their doing they just cant get there fast enough... And for Honda's critics, what about Renault who is still nowhere and blowing up almost every weekend and Ferrari is just false hope in Challenging the Merc, those two manufacturer had a one year more experience than Honda and even more in development years before 2014...

Cris Zarate

July 12, 2015 1:28 PM

F1 » Hamilton hoping for McLaren return


AlonsoFann : How would he feel and would he have done if he had stayed at Mclaren, Could he handled it like Button?
No, he will resolve to twitter war and will posts data from Honda and Mclaren to show that he is not the problem... Typical Lewis, thinking he is a driving god which clearly he isn't and Mercedes in the reason why he is a WC not himself.


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