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Pedro Correia

September 18, 2014 10:41 PM
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MotoGP » Moto3: Oliveira lands Red Bull KTM Ajo ride


Nick636: Happy for him, BUT, Binder, with a SATELLITE Mahindra, less experience, only 7 points and 1 place behind, is overlooked. I hope he can land a Honda or KTM for next season.
Less experience? 47 starts to both of them. MO had one year experience on CEV 125cc before, Brad Binder 3 years of Red Bull Rookies Cup, racing in the same circuits as WC... The truth is, excluding DNFs and falls, Binder only finished better than Oliveira in 2 occasions, Catalunya and Czech Rep. Ambrogio bike is pretty close to "works" bike, as any component has to be homologated and put on sale to privateers before used on any bike. Experience related, Ambrogio Racing has far more experience, racing since 1998, including 2 125cc World Championships, the opposite of Mahindra works team, which is basically Sutter people, whom have a lot of know how in building bikes but not as close on running them, only some very unsuccessful seasons

Pedro Correia

January 27, 2013 1:35 AM

F1 » Portugal linked to F1 slot


In first place, it's just Bernie being Bernie... launching possible hosts in the air, trying to increase the fee to a GD deal for an year only that no one is really interested on paying. Second place, Portimao circuit is on default, no governmental financial help either, can't realise o could negotiate with Bernie to bring the GP. Third place, was said they hadn't pay yet the fee of GP2 race a few years ago...

Pedro Correia

November 08, 2012 1:22 PM

F1 » da Costa quickest on day two of Abu Dhabi test


Well, AFC started GP3 season without pre-season testing in a late agreement. Still, was 2nd arriving Monza, was leading when the gearbox became stuck in 6th gear. In WSR by Renault won 4 races, more then any other racer, including Frinjs and Bianchi, despite missing first 5 races. Missed the title by 33 points, with 125 in dispute on the races he missed. Best result from Abt... 16th

Pedro Correia

June 19, 2012 10:49 AM

MotoGP » Victorious Lorenzo eyes engine performance


Currently power on MotoGP bikes is limited mainly by fuel usage limitations and at a minor level to tyre wear and reliability. The challenge to Yamaha is to increase a little the power in the upper scale without losing the amazing power control at lower revs, because of tyre wear. Exiting corner acceleration on Hondas is due to there gearbox technology. I think Lorenzo is just sending a message to Yamaha "Hey guys, it's going great but we need just a little more when Honda sort the chatter problem"


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