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May 15, 2012 12:40 PM
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F1 » Minardi praises another 'find'

Minardi test times, Misano 2004. Christian Albers - Best lap: 1 min 10.800 s Patrick Freisacher - Best lap: 1 min 11.150s Pastor Maldonado - Best lap: 1 min 11.330s Will Power - Best lap: 1 min 11.790s Will Davidson - Best lap: 1 min 11.900 s Tiago Montiero - Best lap: 1 min 13.240s Chanock Nissany - Best lap: 1 min 14.780s Jeffrey Van Hooydonk - Best lap: 1 min 15.930 Patrick Huisman - Best lap: 1 min 20.420 s


May 08, 2012 9:11 PM

MotoGP » Colin Edwards out of Le Mans, substitute search

I'd say it was a poison chalice of a bike and a career dead end for someone currently in a competitive ride elsewhere. What would it prove for someone like Haslam? They can't turn up and win on it and they won't be the top CRT finisher if both Aspar bikes stay upright. So they would prove nothing. It should be someone from Moto2 to give them a taste of MotoGP without needing to prove anything or someone currently without a ride.


May 03, 2012 3:49 PM

F1 » Mugello F1 test times – day three: 3 May – 4pm

Times at Mugello will be very irrelevant as they don't race there, so teams will be using it to test new parts and to run a setup for a circuit still to come this season. A setup that may not be good for Mugello. Also if they are testing tyres they just want a consistent race pace from the drivers to see what the tyres will do, no silly fast laps that wouldn't happen during a race run. Renault are going quick perhaps they are working more on qualifying setup, their race pace is already good so if they can qualify on the front 2 rows then wins can happen.

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