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Dean Dean

March 28, 2013 3:12 PM

MotoGP » PIC: Yamaha, Ducati check out Honda RC213V

It's the chap stood behind, with the camera, that should concern Honda...but this happens all the time at the top levels of motorsport, everyone is seeking that ideal solution...something Honda clearly have an advantage with. In F1 they have a routine of just 'enveloping' the car with loads of people...they just constantly stand in the way of photographers in the pit lane, keeping whatever 'secrets' they're trying to hide for that bit longer...

Dean Dean

March 12, 2013 12:26 AM

MotoGP » Moto2: Gino Rea starts own team for 2013 wild-cards

@Pippi De can get equal 'exposure' if whatever or whoever you're sponsoring is willing to show equal support for your own product...some shops or businesses can simply get Gino to visit them and get foto's taken of him outside the business or whatever. His management have to be careful not to get sucked into something unethical, unsavoury etc but at £500, or whatever it is these days, it's cheap 'sponsorship''s not names on bikes or leathers money, but it's true to 'we-go-racing-come-what-may' funding...AND, I wish Gino well regardless !!

Dean Dean

March 03, 2013 5:33 AM
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F1 » Boullier: Grosjean can be a champion

A continuance of previous note: Various sports news website, 14th October 2012: "He is a fast driver, he is talented, once he passes the first corner he is a proper racing driver," Boullier said. "He deserves to be in Formula 1, we brought him back because we believe he has a future in Formula 1. I would be a bit foolish to bring him back and then get rid of him.'' Certainly 'championing' his cause, but hopefully he can get some solid results and then consistently for honours...I certainly hope we haven't seen his best, but Roman will have to be far more consistently in the news for all the right reasons surely, before he attains not only from himself but the complete confidence of everyone else involved in order to take his to the next level. Edit: Either way, I honestly feel that any success he achieves will encourage someone from the now junior motor ranks to be France's future formula one champion. I do believe there is something very special that will appear in the near futur

Dean Dean

March 03, 2013 5:23 AM

F1 » Boullier: Grosjean can be a champion

@ 'jimmy s', may I first say that it really would be wonderful to see another Frenchman crowned world champion, to win an F1 race alone has been a 17 long years wait...France NEEDS another champion, and with it far more drivers constantly seen to be having 'good chances' being employed by any and all F1 teams. Although there's undoubted talent within Roman, I'm not quite sure 'others' see it quite the same way as yourself. Boullier himself has made dramatic progress in 'buoying' up Roman in the last few months. As his personal manager it's his job to consider all of his options, Boullier revealed only last October that really wanted to retain Roman, that his 'first corner incidents' and his ban were impeding his progress. He revealed that his only option was 'hopefully' remaining with the Lotus team. He campaigned hard to keep his charge, senior managers were less certain all the way up to late October, early November. "He is a fast driver, he is talented, once he passes the first co

Dean Dean

March 01, 2013 5:11 PM

MotoGP » Filippo Preziosi resigns from Ducati

None of this is really fair to Preziosi, but he himself has fired enough talented 'former' Ducati engineers to understand perfectly that you have to 'conform' with whoever pays the bills. It's sad but I can't believe it's over...there's a genius now on the market, and you can bet it will be his own good self that calls the shots wherever he goes...much like Rossi did, therefore neither are to blame for this 'blip' in each of their careers...however long each may go on...

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