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Joe B

April 14, 2011 12:18 AM

F1 » Ecclestone seeks to gain teams' support in F1 engine row


It's got nothing to do with a carbon footprint. Image if F1 engineers were turned loose on the problems with alt fuels, fuel cells, solar panels, electric motors, batteries and the like. They would make massive gains in the technology and at the same time make F1 relevant. F1 as it is, is a joke. It's not state of the art and the drivers aren't even the best in world. Keep living in your dream world people.

Joe B

August 01, 2008 3:35 PM
Last Edited 2242 days ago

MotoGP » Gibernau piles on more Ducati miles.


I totally agree with you LAnski. I've been looking for a site like that for a while: no such luck. My personal fav is the USGPRU and FATBAQ forums which are tailored to 125 and 250 racers in the States. It's very tech, very informative, but very specific to the Honda RS and Yam TZ's. It's doesn't usually have chats regarding motogp.

Joe B

August 01, 2008 1:39 AM
Last Edited 2242 days ago

MotoGP » Gibernau piles on more Ducati miles.


That's not love: it's called respect. I just don't get it. I guess you read into what you want: everything I read was pretty impressive. I can't really think of how it would be possible for anyone to race at any level of motorsport and not have some money. Even guys that race junk spend thousands - I know we do. Sell everything you own to go racing? How many of us have taken such chances? Stoner is the real deal, no doubt about it. His explanation on leverage and how his boots are breaking down was fascinating. You would have thought with TC, none of that would be necessary :rolleyes: Just kidding. There are so many moves at every corner, it's amazing.


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