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May 14, 2010 5:06 PM

F1 » Schumacher blames media for Monaco 2006 furore

Ducx , I have to disagree with you when you said all the great champions did stuff like that. Intentionally running people off the road may have started with people like Senna , but that doesn't make it right. Champions from the era before Senna , Prost etc. didn't do it. Schumacher's intentional "crash" at Monaco would have gotten anyone else banned from the race. The FIA (Ferrari's Invisible Ally) played favorites. Dirty driving as exhibited by people like Senna and Schumacher will always mar their accomplishments.


October 23, 2009 2:48 AM

F1 » Windsor confident of luring 'future champion' Busch to USF1

As an American , I'd like to see the team get a car to the grid next year even if it's at the back. There are some very promising young American drivers that could be paired with someone with F1 experience. Kyle Busch would be my last choice as a driver (Danica Patrick and Marco Andretti are also 2 drivers I wouldn't pick). He may be a gifted and "natural" driver but he's an oval track racer. There's no way in hell he would succeed in F1. As someone else pointed out, why would he leave his multi-million dollar NASCAR team for the back of the grid?


July 14, 2009 9:19 PM

MotoGP » Doctors identify Stoner illness?

I want to see all of you macho, man-it-up types ride a GP bike competitively with even "mild" anemia. "Anemia goes undetected in many people, and symptoms can be small and vague. The signs and symptoms can be related to the anaemia itself, or the underlying cause. Most commonly, people with anemia report non-specific symptoms of a feeling of weakness, or fatigue, general malaise and sometimes poor concentration. They may also report shortness of breath, dyspnea, on exertion."


June 30, 2009 9:12 PM

WSBK » Spies: I know what I want to do next year

I saw an interview with Colin Edwards on Speed Channel on Sunday. He said that his Yamaha is " 92% to 95% " of the Fiat Yamaha bikes. In other words , it's not all that competitive. I can't see Ben moving to Moto GP for a second-class ride. Edwards also mentioned that along with no chance for a good factory ride , the fact that Rossi , Stoner , Lorenzo , and Mini-Me are at the top of their game might make Ben think one more year in WSBK is not such a bad idea.


February 28, 2009 5:10 PM

WSBK » Spies takes pole on WSBK debut

As an American I wish Ben the best of luck. However, I think some of my fellow countryman are reading a little too much into his pole position. As others have said , the quality of the machinery and riding talent in WSBK is a quantum leap from AMA competition. I'm going to adopt a wait and see attitude about Ben. Let's just hope the upcoming season is as good as we all hope it will be.

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