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Dean Dean

February 15, 2011 11:46 PM

F1 » Bahrain GP under threat from anti-government protests

You're all missing the point..when the protesters are shot, and trust me they will be, Bernie can send the relatives a small percentage of the income he's made from all the added publicity...the drivers will wear suitable black armbands and will naturally tell the audience that 'more important are the dead'...the protesters relatives have made a bob or two and F1 gets its race with everyone fired up ready for the next event. Just where is the problem here, this is big business guys...

Dean Dean

February 15, 2011 4:57 PM

BSB » Crescent: Hopkins kept us in BSB

I wonder if he'll bother living 'semi full time' back in his old stomping ground...I used to visit Ashby de la Zouch and nearer to him but great days when you could see Hopper fooling around with Melandri et al in and around Donisthorpe, Derbyshire..trial biking across the fields or cycling around the country lanes. I shall keep an eye out around Thruxton to see when they attempt a test there.. A fit and motivated Hopper really should run rings around BSB, we'll know by 5th round if he's up to it and showing Byrne up for the flash git he really is.. I just hope he can take advantage and get a shout with the 1000cc motogp rules coming up but it'll have to be a two bike suzuki affair as anyone with a modicum of motogp nouse can see Bautista is really one of the stars of the future and further more, suzuki love him.

Dean Dean

February 10, 2011 1:17 AM

F1 » Lotus Renault GP revises Jerez driver line-up

Well, Heidfeld states that he's in with 'more than a good chance of that seat' and that Senna is 'putting miles on the car' ( as a test driver and not for the seat itself )...he also says that he'll know a lot more come friday evening as regards how long he's got to impress in the car...unfortunately Bruno appears to have said little as his site isn't finished and his tweets are pretty thin on the ground.

Dean Dean

February 01, 2011 7:35 PM

MotoGP » 'Happy' Simoncelli: Difficult 2010 debut now a distant memory

I don't know how Marco manages on that bike given he's literally 10 inches beyond its design remit, fully a foot with that hair do :) Now HRC have another 5'4-5' world champ to take control of the factory machines perameters, I'm just not sure where Marco can advance within that camp. He'll obviously get factory 'support' and Aoyama will get all the hand me down stuff ( which effectively is hand me down from the hand me down on Marco's bike lol ), either way they're both getting little more than a machine that can win A race..Marco can do this whereas Hiroshi would feel like he'd won if he got on the podium.

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