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September 19, 2015 11:23 PM

MotoGP » Agostini tips Rossi as excitement, pressure rises

Liam48: ...Surely if Rossi wins the title this year he'll be the undisputed GOAT (Greatest of All Time)...
I'm a massive Rossi fan but undisputed it will never be, even if he beats all of Ago's records. Comparing riders from different era's is pratctically impossible...everybody has a different point of view about what makes someone the GOAT. To me the only thing that really matters are the stats and they say that it is unlikely anybody will beat Ago's record in the foreseeable future... As a sidenote: This interview was on TV and Ago spoke about his races at the Isle of Man. He said winning those races was so important that they mattered almost as much as the entire championship! (He compared them to winning Wimbeldon I believe...)
I'll agree with you up to a point but even stats don't matter as you cannot compare series with different rules, different numbers of races and a whole bunch of other variables. Ago was the


September 06, 2015 6:04 PM

F1 » Italian Grand Prix – Race results

I'm not a Rosberg fan but I had to feel sorry for him today. Even if he couldn't match Hamilton's pace he still had a shot at 2nd or at least 3rd. The shot of him at the end of the race with his head hung down watching the fans run to the podium was dejection personified. It would take a lot of bad luck or mistakes from Hamilton for him to catch up.


March 30, 2015 3:56 AM
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MotoGP » Vintage Rossi outwits Ducati for Qatar glory

Ausrossi: Will be interesting though if Ducati win three races and some of the benefits disappear.
I think Ducati lose the benefits if they win a race or get three podiums . I may be mistaken but that is how i understand it to be . Yeah i was at Donington for Rossi's first UK appearance . But i did not expect to be still cheering him on at age 36 . Well not in MotoGP anyway . I have a feeling we might see him in Superbikes to round off his career .
I tried a couple of different links and as far as I can tell, if they win a race or get 3 podiums they go to 22 litres of fuel, if the win 3 races they go to 20 litres and lose the supersoft tire (I think). Wouldn't it be nice if we didn't need a rule book while we were watching the races?


March 26, 2015 4:08 PM

F1 » Hamilton: Mercedes didn’t complain when it wasn’t winning…

Taz: Hmmmm A mention for the work done by Schumacher and Brawn to lay the foundations for success before his luluness appeared wouldn't have been out of the question.
I'm not sure why you would attribute any of Mercedes 2014 success to Schumacher. The 2014 car was different in every respect to the Mercedes he drove in 2012. Different chassis, engine, KERS etc. Any driver devevopment of the 2014 car would have come from Rosberg and Hamilton. Brawn certainly knew how to organize a winning team though and I agree that he certainly deserves some credit for their 2014 success.

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