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Liam48

November 02, 2014 10:19 PM
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F1 » Fifth F1 win in a row for Hamilton in Austin


I find it strange that during the second stint in a race Hamilton always catches and passes Rosberg and always seems to pull away by about two seconds and it always stay around that area. Also find it strange that Rosberg never seems to mind as he comes across as man surcummed to his fate of coming second. Not saying it's a conspiracy I just believe that Mercedes want the more (in their eyes) marketable driver to win!

Liam48

October 24, 2014 1:21 PM

MotoGP » Rossi 'quite worried' by wet pace at Sepang


Tetley: Rossi 3.5 seconds off the pace ? He's obviously not trying. But why ? He's not the sort to be scared by a bit of damp. The bike's settings haven't suddenly deteriorated so far from optimum. I think the likelyhood is that he's evaluating something, testing something, trying something out, running something in, calibrating something, or even just avoiding stressing a component nearing the end of its service life. All this is information which he would not want to be giving to team outsiders, so rather than show his hand it might just be a ploy to keep them off the scent. He's a crafty old dog who can always (usually ?) pull something out of the bag for final qually so i very much doubt that his grid position will reflect this practice session
Or as he states he isn't happy with the set up in the wet and the dry is ok, there was chatter, hopefully this can all be solved, I don't want to see Rossi roll over and just give Lorenzo second in the champions


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