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April 01, 2015 9:40 AM

F1 » Hamilton: What is Alonso thinking?

Autonomous:I actually think that in 2016 the Mclaren Honda will be right at the pointy end of the action. Honda is the worlds largest engine manufacturer and they don't go racing to make up the numbers. Look back through past years results and you'll see that Mclaren will bounce back. Just look at Williams, nowhere for years and then with Mercedes needing them to be finishing in front of Red Bull in 2014 and turning up the wick on their engine, Williams were back to their former ways.
There's a difference, Williams are a customer of Mercedes. Mercedes is known to be a performer, but this new Honda engine isn't proven yet. So to say that McLaren will be back at the front of the field next season is currently an unknown.


March 31, 2015 12:45 PM

MotoGP » Fast race lap but Redding ‘can’t be happy’

tobecis:Yes I am sure a broken wrist and high speed crash next race also had some input!!!!
My point is P.Espargaro did what he needed to i.e. kept it upright and avoided a big crash. More to the point he went and won 2 races back to back at the tail end of the championship, yes Redding was out, but there were still 30 other riders out there gunning to beat him.


March 31, 2015 6:53 AM

MotoGP » Fast race lap but Redding ‘can’t be happy’

Realist: He's not on a new team. He is riding for his old team.........a team which he knows very well. The only thing they are 'new' to is the premier class.
Actually, he is effectively riding for a new team. All his crew from Moto2 are in Rabat's garage. It's still Marc VDS but he has new people around him working on a new bike that they have no experience or data with. It's funny, the same people that slated him at the start of last year and wrote him off are the same people that praised him at the season end and are now the same people writing him off yet again. Give the kid a f**king chance.


March 30, 2015 9:59 AM

MotoGP » Pedrosa: ‘I cannot continue racing this way’

Chopper51: Really!!!!! Dani should have stayed in the intermediate class or returned too it (250 & 600), he would have had more success (championships). He has shown since 2006 that he doesn't have the physical capabilities to control a Moto GP bike. Sorry!!!!
Yes, becuase that's how you progress as a rider isn't it? Winning the same title year after year instead of moving to the premier tier. As for not having the physical capabilities to handle the big GP bike there's 26 wins, 94 podiums, 41 fastest laps and 27 pole positions that say otherwise.

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