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December 05, 2012 1:07 PM

WSBK » Iannuzzo returns to WSBK with Grillini BMW

Aprilia Racing Eugene Laverty Sylvain Guintoli Kawasaki Racing Tom Sykes Loris Baz BMW Italia Motorrad Marco Melandri Chaz Davies PATA Honda Jonathan Rea Leon Haslam Alstare Ducati 1199 Panigale Carlos Checa Ayrton Badovini FIXI Crescent Suzuki Leon Camier Jules Cluzel Red Devils Roma Aprilia Michel Fabrizio Althea Aprilia Davide Giugliano MR Team Ducati Max Neukirchner Grillini BMW Vittorio Iannuzzo Pedercini Kawasaki TBA (Simone Grotzkyj?) TBA (Leandro Mercado or Alexander Lundh?) + might be the Effenbert with McCormick


May 13, 2013 2:28 PM

WSBK » WSBK Monza: Sykes reinstated to third position

Monza races was very good, but Sykes should be penalized because of his last lap move. Imho the FIM should make new rules to force the riders, who leave the track to return the track only if they doesn't block any other riders and to let the riders (who was behind within 1 or 2 secs in the last timing line)let pass him without blocking them. The current rules are not fair enough to he riders who didn't make mistakes. (BTW that is why I hate the asphalt run-off areas. The gravel traps punish the rider/driver errors, but the asphalt didn't)


January 02, 2013 6:46 PM

F1 » Schumacher: F1 now much closer

Schumi was 40+ in his second carrier, so imho he feel the competitors stronger. A 40+ boxer or football player also feel the rivals in ther 20's stronger, than he feel when he was also in his 20's. + imho the current F1 requires less from drivers than did in the 80's or 90's (or even the early 2000 years), so more driver can catch this lower limit.

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