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Dean Dean

July 19, 2011 7:52 PM

MotoGP » Ben Bostrom gets MotoGP chance with LCR Honda


Look guys, half of you are missing the point..Lucio Cecchinello apart from being a one off motogp owner, is a bloody good businessman...he's killing two birds with one stone, making some money from the mutual association with and of Jordan's man Bostrom, getting good publicity ( paramount )PLUS Elias has all manner of 'protective elements' in his contract and in order not to HAVE to pay Elias off by kicking him, he's gradually worked his way down the list of these protective elements...if Bostrom performs on an 'equal footing' with Elias, Elias will walk...end of...

Dean Dean

June 29, 2011 11:12 PM

F1 » Vettel: We need KERS now!


Red Bull will never have the full power KERS and he knows it. They have the best compromise Newey was prepared to offer in his creation. I wonder if Marko has put him up to this...sort of sending a message to the big boss, indirectly, or to have more impact than the picture he paints when he reports back to Mr Red Bull...

Dean Dean

June 07, 2011 11:52 PM

IndyCar » Andretti snaps up Indy 500 pole engineer


Katherine Legge, dear me that is a sad thing to read for Sam Schmidt to have to consider. It must disheartening for all the engineers and mechanics when someone of Legge's calibre pitches up to take control of your car. Hopefully such talk and maybe actions will only be temporary and one day soon they'll get the much needed sponsorship AND talent all in one foul swoop :)

Dean Dean

May 18, 2011 10:51 PM
Last Edited 1169 days ago

NASCAR » Keep working at it, Montoya tells Kimi


JJJ,no.neither were committed enough to their cause, too much hard graft like training etc when they saw it as something from a time gone by.it's not just about racing,a mere protion of it is such. Montoya left F1 before his time but is past the ability and past caring.F1 was far too serious for him, he really struggled sharing anything data wise,he wanted it all to himself but above all he struggled with his weight !! Kimi just struggled when the conditions weren't perfect,watch Alonso for someone that makes the absolute best of what they have.Kimi races primarily for the pay cheque but doesn't give of himself any time for the sponsors who pay him,his biggest negotiations were about not HAVING TO spend time with engineers and media beyond his being at the race track.Kimi so so rarely visited Marinello it was a standing joke )AND he drinks a lot,Ferrari just plain eventually 'understood him' and so booted him asap,paid him a fortune to go in fact.Attitude like an amateur 'fun driver',d

Dean Dean

May 03, 2011 6:20 PM

F1 » Parr offered Williams resignation


These are real serious times over at Williams..one wonders whether they won't be ripe for takeover in the near future...then they'll all be working for some faceless money man more interested in exploiting the name for their own gain with the 'core activity' bean counted to within a margin of HRT territory...I bet there are plenty just waiting on the right moment to pounce...appalling decision the sell off !!

Dean Dean

May 03, 2011 6:09 PM

F1 » Williams restructure sees Coughlan in, Michael out


Why ever would Montoya consider coming back to F1, he earns far far more in N. America than F1 could ever offer..sponsorship alone in NASCAR is enormous..if it wasn't about the biggest pay cheque, he'd have opted the Indy car re route to stay in single seaters plus his ties to Florida, Miami etc. It was a battle staying the right side of 150lbs in F1...trust me on that.

Dean Dean

April 12, 2011 7:23 PM

WSBK » Canned Triumph plans did include Superbike


Triumph have the BEST supersport bike right now, Daytona 675R...WHO thinks they need to win races in WSS to prove that ??!! As regard Superbike, their present engine configuration precludes them from competing, they'd firstly need a bike, an 1100 triple to compete and present to the FIM for ratification..is that going to happen as the poorer selling superbikes are not in their plans right now ??

Dean Dean

April 11, 2011 3:09 PM
Last Edited 1207 days ago

BSB » Hopkins back on a BSB bike


Gixxer,what a joke of a comment that is..I'd love to know which rider would have the talent to ride a motogp bike half as well as Hopper but to claim anyone that beats him would place top 10 there is sadly giving away your limited knowledge..you obviously know nothing about the guy nor the premier series,since when did he complain as you imply,I think you're thinking of another has been from WSB,someone like JT springs to mind.Save your comments for JT next year when he's back in BSB..Hopper is only 27,ridden EVERYTHING from GP 500cc big bang,screamers..990's, 800's, superbike V twins.fours,v fours and you still say he'll have excuses lol..totally reformed character that he is, his big issues was partying,NEVER needing excuses not to ride a bike.he really does WANT to succeed,if he didn't he'd take non challenging but still good paying rides back home in AMA. I bet you're also the 'GSXR pub type' that'll insist,'man,I've been quicker than Hopper round there'..comical


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