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ZeR0 Kun

January 11, 2009 2:40 AM

MotoGP » Kawasaki's MotoGP project: 2002-2008.


I almost cry when I heard this news, at least because Marco has lost his ride... On the other side, even though I am not their fan I hope they won't out for too long. They might not be the race winner but their dedication to race week in, week out just to produce rare results can put people at Honda in shame. MotoGP need people like them. See you next time, hopefully in 2010! You will surely be missed.

ZeR0 Kun

January 10, 2009 10:57 AM

MotoGP » Kawasaki confirms inevitable.


just face it: manufacturers spent not only to race and win but also to develop technology. indirectly wsb benefits from motogp technology. just look at honda cbr series - directly related to their rc racers. or yamaha with their r1 - adopts 16-valve in 2007 and big-bang firing for 2009. i do believe kawa's performance in wsb will go into free fall because they have just burned down their best testing lab: motogp. 30 million waste for nothing? their bikes nowadays are so much better compared to their pre-motogp period.

ZeR0 Kun

January 07, 2009 2:32 PM

F1 » Alonso 'could beat Hamilton easily'.


When I read all those comments by you guys, I already predict that Hamilton lovers will use those 2007 fiasco as the main point. But in truth, I really felt that we should pull Hekki Kovalainen and ask him the same question for a clear picture on who's the better driver. He used to work with both of them and he is in better position to give comments. Agree?

Wan Rohafizan

January 06, 2009 2:53 PM

F1 » Ferrari set to win first race of 2009.


I don't think their KERS system is perfect, at least before the first race starts. Should that happen I would not be surprised to see they run without it until it was properly ready... unless if they choose the bravest step: develop the KERS heads-on by racing them on the track. This is a technology Toyota will have advantage due to their hybrid car technology. Wonder what would happen should Honda didn't pull out though... :?

Wan Rohafizan

December 27, 2008 11:41 PM

F1 » Drivers to face pay cuts in new era F1?


I have to agree that most of F1 drivers right now are overpaid in direct comparison to other posts within the team. Even race engineers - the most important background staff to the drivers - only earn less than 10% than what the drivers had. I believe to counter that is pretty simple: set a basic wage system plus performance bonuses i.e. 100k basic wage per race, 100k for wins, 80k for second, 60k for third and so on... at least besides the financial side will be managed efficiently, the driver will push hard every races and we can rarely see underperforming driver every race weekend.


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