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Texas Roadhouse

November 26, 2014 12:48 PM
Last Edited 32 days ago

F1 » New Honda problem ‘absolutely unknown’


mytyresaregoingoff: I had the same problem on my Triumph motorcycle..turn on the lights and the engine cut out. I could not trace the fault for love or money so fully understand McHonda problem. Except I was an 18 year old self taught enthusiast in my dad's garage, not a graduate engineer working for a multi million dollar outfit.
I had similar, but that was a '64 Tiger 500 - the alternator would only charge if the lights were set to sidelights. Got rid of it quick! Edit: Is someone saying I didn't have that bike??? 6 silly buggers so far!

Texas Roadhouse

November 12, 2014 6:54 PM

F1 » F1: Webber to Button: Get on with it!


otto6457: I'm so tired of all the nonsense in F1 that the WEC looks better all the time. Jensen could do a lot worse than joining Weber at Porsche. The WEC race at COTA was more fun than the F1 race at COTA.
I watched both F1 (2012) and WEC (this year) "live" at COTA - the WEC racing was infinitely better - in all aspects - than F1 - and that was the old incarnation, never mind the asthmatic sounding iterations we have trundling around now. I really hope he (JB) does make the move - and announces it just as McL tell the world he's staying!!!

Texas Roadhouse

November 14, 2014 4:04 PM

F1 » Ecclestone: ‘No point’ F1 targeting young fans


cont'd: But with the vast number of alternative interests now available, motorsport needs to attract the young. Otherwise, once old farts like you and me are up (or down) there watching the likes of Nuvolari, Fangio, Clark, Hill (both Phil and Graham), James and, I suppose, Senna, there'll be no-one left down here to fill the stands, or pay the satellite fees.

Texas Roadhouse

November 14, 2014 4:00 PM
Last Edited 44 days ago

F1 » Ecclestone: ‘No point’ F1 targeting young fans


richard - how old were you when you developed an interest in Motorsport? Me, I was in my very early teens - but I had absolutely no knowledge of the workings of the sport. That, I developed though reading MN and Autosport, as well as going to Brands for every possible meeting, later further afield. I found I was welcomed as a fan/spectator wherever we (me and my mates) wandered at the circuits - there was none of the "exclusion" mentality that is so prevalant today. If we had been stopped from going into the paddock after the meetings, or met with resistance, we'd just have gone away and found another interest. Many $$$ (my keyboard doesn't do Stg) would have been lost to the sport from me, my mates, our families, (and a certain Rupert Mainwaring might have gone into another profession). Society today is very different to how it was in the 60's, but my son's love of motorsport came from me. My grandson's interest is being nurtured by us. cont'd


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