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Dean Dean

April 28, 2015 5:34 PM

MotoGP » Chassis upgrade for Scott Redding

golfnut04: Hayden or Laverty would be faster if they had the same machinery.
Redding is a class act, the youngest GP winner ever bears testament to that fact, and Honda believe in him ! Hayden is a really great bloke but has won only a few races, and won a WC, on a very personally factory tailored prototype / one of the finest race bikes ever produced...of the brothers Laverty, I never quite 'took' to Eugene, he's been around GP's before and I can't be alone in thinking he's not quite in the same class as the above, regardless...

Dean Dean

April 27, 2015 4:54 PM

F1 » VW boss exit to open door to F1 entry?

SoSlo: I can't see any reason why any manufacturer would enter F1 unless it was because they simply have too much cash laying around and they want to throw it away building a car that, no matter how much engineering and unobtanium they throw at it, will still be limited to a fuel flow rate of 100kg/hr. MAKES PERFECT BUSINESS SENSE TO ME!
Where do you think all the performance related gadgets and gizmos on modern motors came from, and if there is a fuel flow limitation do you not think that that technology will eventually benefit the average street vehicle ? Whether bikes or cars, innovations are 'hammered out' from the likes of prototype racing...

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