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March 04, 2015 5:50 PM

MotoGP » Avintia’s seamless Ducati gearbox…

DBL: Firstly, he's not new to Ducati he rode Aspar's bike for 2 seasons (2010-11) Secondly, he probably followed someone faster :)
he also sat on the front row on a satellite ducati. Did Rossi ever do that?
I'm not a Rossi fan boy but when Barbera finished 20 seconds behind Rossi at the end of the race I'd say front row meant nothing.


March 02, 2015 4:14 PM

F1 » FIA formalises ban on helmet design changes

They should stop messing with this, we can hardly see them in the cars as it is with the protection. What I always find rude are the ones when they get out of the car at the end of the race who keep their helmets on when waving to the crowd. Take them off and stop Herbie Blash from ushering them away as quickly as possible, then the fans will see them properly.


February 25, 2015 2:54 PM

F1 » Manor to race in Australia, signs Will Stevens

Welshie: So what's the story with Will Steven's? Is he any good or another M4x?
Drove a sensible race at the end of last year for Caterham and impressed in testing at Abu Dhabi 1. Pascal Wehrlein - Mercedes-Mercedes - 96 laps - 1m42.624 2. Raffaele Marciello - Ferrari-Ferrari - 90 laps - 1m43.208 3. Max Verstappen - Toro Rosso-Renault - 78 laps - 1m43.763 4. Marcus Ericsson - Sauber-Ferrari - 112 laps - 1m44,551 5. Will Stevens - Caterham-Renault - 76 laps - 1m44.888 6. Spike Goddard - Force India-Mercedes - 89 laps - 1m44.944 7. Daniel Ricciardo - Red Bull-Renault - 88 laps - 1m45.151 8. Felipe Nasr - Williams-Mercedes - 83 lap - 1m45.937 9. Alex Lynn - Lotus-Renault - 52 laps - 1m46.168 10. Esteban Ocon - Lotus-Renault - 34 laps - 1m47.013 11. Stoffel Vandoorne - McLaren-Honda 2 laps - no time It's something when you can't even link's own urls.


February 22, 2015 2:32 PM
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WSBK » Haslam: Victory brings back great memories

bigphilsp12: good win, glad to see him back but the amount of mistakes he made in the process in both races was crazy.
It's the same lack of engine braking isn't it, same thing that Biaggi, Laverty and Melandri often had when running on or wider in quite a few races? Except the wide one at Stoners when he went on the grass, that was done avoiding Davies.

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