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October 28, 2015 8:16 PM

F1 » Hamilton: Nothing to prove, nothing to lose...

Re: To match Ayrton in winning three titles was always a big ambition of mine and it just doesn't feel real. LH really annoys me with his routine comparisons...pls give us a break! Once again - LH might add 1 or 2 more titles than Senna. That's it. He can't become like Senna on many parameters. Example, place a picture of LH next to Senna and see for yourself.


October 26, 2015 10:19 PM

F1 » No let-up in motivation as Hamilton emulates Senna

SkidCarrera: If Lewis wins 10 titles he will still lack the humility, courage and charisma which made Senna revered the world over. That's what ensured his status as a legend and a role model for all those to come, as much as his on-track results.
+1 Hamilton might add 1 or 2 more titles than Senna, but that's all he could achieve. Honestly, the big drawback is his inability to inspire others except all those pompous antics like a musician or an entertainer. I can't stand his garish style quotient, say that Gold chain around his neck.


October 29, 2015 1:13 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo denies title 'pact' with Marquez

Re: when Rossi deliberately ran the Honda star out to the edge of the track. Wow, now you changed the tune? What happened to so-called b$ kick controversy? It was a deliberately made one by the media to milk loads of TRPs in many nations, no? Whether there is pact or not, this is the truth: 1) There is Spanish syndicate which tarnished the MotoGP image 2) JLo has slightly better credibility than MM. But neither got more than VR. 3) JLo does take the help of other Spanish rider(s). He recently thanked Pedrosa too, no? 4) JLo isn't untouchable in this controversy anymore because he opened his mouth by targeting Rossi in an unfair manner. It was a stupid reaction from him. I reckon he needs to earn more respect in the first place, let alone whining about losing respect. As an almost neutral racing lover, I'm worried about the Spanish syndicate and its influence on the sport in the coming years...


October 27, 2015 4:46 PM

MotoGP » Repsol slams Rossi for ‘unacceptable conduct’

Re: Repsol consider this an unsportsmanlike act incompatible with the values of sport and competition. This is called the height of double standards. First - I'll not buy any Repsol product in the near future. I'll tweet the same to them. Second - Repsol is part of the current Spanish syndicate. They don't have good credibility to question Rossi when their own rider's conduct is highly questionable, and against the spirit of the sport. I can write even more, but this should be sufficient.


October 26, 2015 10:04 PM
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MotoGP » Yamaha: Rossi 'incorrect' but penalty 'harsh'

Nigel Tasker: its plainly evident that Marquez was the one that leaned on Rossi, and for all of you that think that Rossi kicked out then you must have been looking at it from a different view because his leg cam off and knee out and to the back of the bike. Not only that the real slow replay shows that marquez was already virtually down on the deck when Rossi's leg cam out.
Appreciate balanced post unlike many trolls under disguise of racing fans. I reckon these will follow: a) end of candy aka fake relationship with JLo and MM b) the Sepang incident will rejuvenate the man - Lin Jarvis is right c) the 2016 campaign would be more aggressive d) Yamaha will surely have more pain on the cards in terms of rider management e) lastly, MM or anyone will served back if they deliberately impede the race as it happened in the Sepang race f) Race Direction will come under criticism should they fail to overhaul their blatant bias favoring the Spanish syndicate


October 26, 2015 9:49 PM

MotoGP » Yamaha: Rossi 'incorrect' but penalty 'harsh'

Sasha Alexandrovich: He is lucky to come away with points. The penalty is quite mild. But inconsitency is key in MotoGP. A clown likes his own jokes but hates it when the joke's on him.
I reckon most people like you who post idiotic comments are the lucky to have a racing forum like this one. It perfectly fits for trolls. Seriously, I really wonder about the audacity of many silly fans here!


October 26, 2015 10:17 AM

MotoGP » MotoGP Malaysia: Rossi, Marquez lap times

PaulW54: Just shut the hell up. It's very hilarious to read the comments by JLo and MM fans. Plus, there are some more from Stoner followers. Despite of all the biased arguments against Rossi, it's pretty clear that some riders have formed a syndicate to decide the 2015 title. It's a great shame to go down that line. My view, the incompetent Race Direction must be overhauled without any delay.

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