Crash.Net User: ZeR0 Kun

Comments rating: 175
Position in rating: 626

Show Comments on:

ZeR0 Kun

March 01, 2012 4:02 PM

F1 » Haug against customer cars


the outlawing of customer cars can only make possible by reducing the cost to prepare and run the car, and they have to admit that many of the technology in F1 right now not only expensive but also have little relevance to the road car technology. things like carbon brakes, pneumatic valves, monocoque chassis, just to name a few. to make it affordable, F1 needs to outlaw all this nonsense, exotic technologies. not only it make racing more affordable to privateers, but also to independent, small or medium-sized manufacturers who wants to use F1 as the testbed for their road car technology. @ no name, in parallel with my suggestion, i am also very supportive of your idea to re-open the engines to all configurations, limited only by capacity. when that happen, f1 have returned to its true heritage - as the pioneer of technology for road cars.

ZeR0 Kun

February 24, 2012 2:50 PM

MotoGP » Ellison hails potential of PBM Aprilia


@ Hemmy Sick Cylinder hits my point, and to add some - it will change the emphasis from raw horsepower and top speed, to acceleration and stability into corner. while i also agree with you regarding the best will brake later than the rest, it still much depends on the braking power of the brake itself. when you extend the braking distance, you also extends the overtaking space and distance. all at the expense of reduced acceleration distance. it takes balls to brake long and deep to the corner, and it also takes balls to rev the throttle early to gain advantage to the next corner. more to be expected when you want to overtake in either situation.

ZeR0 Kun

February 24, 2012 12:26 PM

MotoGP » Ellison hails potential of PBM Aprilia


motogp should run on steel and/or ferrous metal disc brakes, and outlaw carbon brakes altogether. that alone, not only would lower costs tremendously but also encourage close racing (especially under braking) and make motogp more relevant to the public and manufacturers. face facts - electronics in motogp have found its way to road going bikes. but carbon brakes?

ZeR0 Kun

January 26, 2012 5:24 PM

MotoGP » Chile announces plans for MotoGP track


@ Mick like it or not, this is a signature of tilke-designed tracks. while i admit his tracks did not generate much spectacle due to this kind of layout, the fault also lies in the race machine themselves - especially those which brakes lightning-quick like F1 or have loads of electronics like MotoGP. but now i can say tilke has learned his lesson - just look at Buddh International Circuit and Motorland Aragon, easily racers' and fans' favourite. not easy to ride/drive on the limit, yet very enjoyful. i just hope this trend will continue. honestly, i don't really care who design the tracks as long as the track produces great racing and tests the racers' limit.

ZeR0 Kun

January 26, 2012 3:06 PM

MotoGP » Chile announces plans for MotoGP track


@ shamarone there is another famous track designer in case you never heard of him - Alan Wilson. he designs tracks like Barber Motorsports Park, Miller Motorsports Park, even he was responsible for the upgrade work on Mont-Tremblant (which i consider the best place for F1 in Canada and not Montreal). to those who deride Tilke, bear in mind - of course he produced many of bland tracks, but i think he learned his lesson well. just look at Buddh International Circuit, instantly a drivers' and fans' favourite. even if it means he will design many future tracks, i just hope this trend will continue for a long time.


Page 6 of 18
« 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11  »

Although the administrators and moderators of this website will attempt to keep all objectionable comments off these pages, it is impossible for us to review all messages. All messages express the views of the poster, and neither Crash Media Group nor Crash.Net will be held responsible for the content of any message. We do not vouch for or warrant the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of any message, and are not responsible for the contents of any message. If you find a message objectionable, please contact us and inform us of the problem or use the [report] function next to the offending post. Any message that does not conform with the policy of this service can be edited or removed with immediate effect.

© 1999 - 2014 Crash Media Group

The total or partial reproduction of text, photographs or illustrations is not permitted in any form.