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GreenEnvy 22

November 28, 2009 8:42 PM

F1 » Montreal back on F1 calendar as Canada re-instated

Mosport would need a lot of work to get upto F1 spec. I do some track days there occasionally on my Kawi, and it's fine for club racing, but not for a world class event. The Canadian superbike series races there, and I'd say it's one of the best tracks they race at, but that is not saying much if you've seen some of the parking lots they go to. Mont Tremblant is too narrow for F1 I believe. It's a great track though. Nice corners, changes in elevation, and awesome scenery, but you wouldn't get any passing as the cars probably can't run side by side in much of it.

GreenEnvy 22

September 30, 2009 3:40 AM
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MotoGP » Hayden 'very excited for Portugal'

I don't think the reason Nicky is happy to see Stoner back is to copy his settings. It seems in the weekends Stoner was absent, Nicky did quite well. The DNF wasn't his fault, he was running well into the top 10 when Elias torpedoed the pack. It won't help his finishing order if Stoner is on the pace though, as what was 5th now becomes 6th, but I think he'll continue to improve the rest of the season.

GreenEnvy 22

September 11, 2009 1:06 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo 'very angry' with de Angelis.

aeolus: That yates crash also potentially cost Eric Bostrom the title that year,he was leading the championship at that point, but after he was back from injury he was out of it. Yates should have been kicked out of the AMA years ago. That incident, the laying down on the track to force a red flag, and drop kicking another racer are all examples of his stupidity.

GreenEnvy 22

September 03, 2009 5:08 PM

MotoGP » Ducati keeps Nicky Hayden for 2010

Morge, I think Ducati has done a reasonable job of trying to help Nicky. They changed his crew chief and seem to be listening to his feedback. The results seem to indicate it's working too, as he has been steadily improving. oops/soops, I don't think Nicky is doing a contract time one-off like Elias and De-Angelis. Nicky has been steadily improving a hard to ride bike for several rounds. Elias did a one off, and De-angelis only improved once it was clear at least one of the two of them at Gresini were losing their ride.

GreenEnvy 22

August 13, 2009 1:29 PM

MotoGP » Bautista to Suzuki, Barbera to Aspar?

Could this be the first big name rider to skip Ducati due to the Non-Stoner curse? Riders might be seeing everyone other then Stoner on the Ducati GP bike struggling, and deciding to not risk their careers. That said, Suzuki's bike won't get you much better results then the other Ducati riders, but at least you won't have one guy on the same bike out-shining you week after week.

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