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Sukhoi 46

February 03, 2011 8:11 PM

F1 » Ayrton Senna - the movie

typical joeh: You have a flawed logic, don't try too hard. If people like Senna are disgraceful then what about the people like you, with loose and lousy tongues/thoughts? One should weigh the words before letting them loose else people like you have no purpose in living a life, as 'educated' humans! If you don't know then you must ask someone who knows about it better or you must do your homework more before accusing/tarnishing any legend. BTW, am yet to get married.

Sukhoi 46

February 03, 2011 8:00 PM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi just a few tenths away?

It's a great picture, riding a great bike for sure :) Honestly, I wasn't that impressed with the top guys in this year's test (or development progress). Why? This 2010 fastest Sepang test time: Valentino Rossi - Fiat Yamaha - 2m 0.271s (Day 2, Test II) We all know why M1 was the best last year, no doubt about it. But what's happening with M1 riders such as Jorge? Sic was amazing I must say, Dani is as usual flies away and there is Casey too. This year, Rossi is recuperating. Having said all that, none of them could touch that 2010 time. Amazing :)

Sukhoi 46

February 01, 2011 7:56 PM
Last Edited 1271 days ago

F1 » Ayrton Senna - the movie

andrew, am disappointed with you. @Does the movie include senna admitting ( months later) that he intentionally "took out" his own team mate in Japan . A criminal behavior that endangered himself, other drivers , track marshal's and spectators. No wonder that Mansell declined to go to his funeral. Fast is good ,wreckless is bad. senna fans cannot or will not acknoledge this FACT. Criminal what? Are you high on something or what? Or maybe you should be a Schumacher fan. Anyway, Do you remember the complete story? A year before? A biased FIM French president's infamous act? All the other events which lead to that crash? Mansell declined? So what? His arch rival Prost was there. But did you watch how highly Mansell spoke about Senna, many times? Need a proof?

Sukhoi 46

February 01, 2011 7:38 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: 150 things to try tomorrow!

nebar1, many say similar things about Rafeal Nadal too. Some idiots have even said (guess? Oz fans!) that he fakes injuries (WTH)! Anyway, Nadal was down and up, many times. But, he eventually made FedEx cry like a baby! And, where is he now? World #1 at 24 yr age. Let them say about Valentino whatever they want. I am going to enjoy, and this season holds lots of promise to be probably the most exciting one so I hope more drama to follow for sure (eventually, more work for anti guys!) :p

Sukhoi 46

January 31, 2011 8:51 PM

MotoGP » Suzi Perry denies BBC MotoGP return

@Big.T - BBC announced massive cuts to their staff yesterday so we may get no replacement at all. Perhaps time has come to liberate the BBC from the clutches of the British Govt. Most of the organization is arrogant just because of the Govt. undertaking/run. I thought it should be privatized so that MotoGP could get the best team of par with the BBC F1 team. Coming to the topic, Suzi was miles better than the previous one. What was her name? Jenny, isn't it? Anyway, I don't crave about Suzi so much. My best pick always would be: Nick Harris plus Gavin Emmett (else) Eurosport team :)

Sukhoi 46

January 25, 2011 8:42 PM
Last Edited 1278 days ago

MotoGP » Jennie Gow leaves BBC MotoGP coverage

British people (and others like me who sometimes watch beeb by downloading) are spared, thank God :p 1) IMO, BBC should rope in the best of best name in the Motorcycling world called Nick Harris. I used to simply love his commentary style, knowledge and voice. He's the Phil Ligget (Le Tour de France) of MotoGP. I don't think any other guy could match him. 2) Bring in Randy Mamola as full time. 3) I would suggest Gavin Emmett in favor of Matt Roberts (he's kinda biased). Those three guys would make a great MotoGP commentary team. 4) Suzy Perry - Grid interviews. 5) Matt Roberts - Paddock updates. That's all :)

Sukhoi 46

January 25, 2011 12:14 AM

MotoGP » Provisional 2011 MotoGP entry list

I think 20 riders doing 18 rounds would look good and healthy so 17 riders isn't enough. FIM should have taken more active interest in filling up a few more grid places, such an effort shouldn't be very difficult to them. But the Team economics factor could be an issue because they have to pump lot of money to absorb more riders! Anyway, let's hope for more numbers in the near future.

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