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johnnymat

September 08, 2010 1:19 AM

MotoGP » Prosecutor considers action over Tomizawa death


Geez , I can't believe how many people at Crash sound like the bottom-feeding attorneys that infect us here in the U.S. I'd be surprised if Tomizawa would have lived even if there was an operating table at the site of the accident. I mean he suffered major head , chest and abdominal injuries. As slow as the justice system appears to move in Italy , this could drag on for years with nothing of substance for a result. I think the accident was just that : nothing to do with the track design or some clumsy marshal dropping the stretcher.

johnnymat

July 13, 2010 11:59 PM

MotoGP » 1000cc to open MotoGP door for Brits?


I can't resist jumping into this "discussion". This seems to have gotten way off topic.It's gone from " 1000cc to open MotoGP door for Brits" to a personal pissing match between forum members. It appears to be a contest of who can make the most ignorant comments. And the dumb comments appear to me to be coming from both sides of the pond in equal numbers. :)

johnnymat

July 03, 2010 12:48 AM

RR » Wayne Gardner demands immediate TT ban


I have nothing but the utmost respect for people who participate in "real" road races like the Isle of Man. I think it's refreshing to see a venue where people can freely use their own judgment when it comes to deciding whether or not to participate in a dangerous activity. The whole world is rapidly becoming a nanny state where we are presumed to be child-like idiots who are incapable of thinking for ourselves. If your going to ban the I.O.M. then you should ban BASE jumping and other extreme sports. Using that logic you can also ban people driving on the old 'Ring because a few people get killed every year. I hope the I.O.M. continues for many years to come.

johnnymat

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.

johnnymat

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?

johnnymat

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."


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