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JedPB67

August 28, 2014 8:11 AM

MotoGP » Marc Marquez: King of the kerb


PaulW54: And then there is the facts that Casey won a title on a Ducati and Rossi didn't -couldn't and head to head Casey won more races than Rossi. Could also mention the calibre of opposition Rossi had in the time frame he won most of his titles but some may find that a bit confronting.
I think with Stoner and Marquez their rivals are different to when Rossi was with Honda. You have Pedrosa, Rossi and Lorenzo with Dovi on the very odd occasion, but it's always these 4 or 5 at the front. Back in the 00's Rossi didn't have 4 or 5 consistent riders race after race but he had Checa, Capirossi, Biaggi, Gibernau, Tamada, Abe, Nakano, Gibernau, Barros, Melandri, Kato, Roberts Jnr, McCoy, Ukawa, Tamada etc who were all capable of winning on their day.

JedPB67

August 28, 2014 7:49 AM

MotoGP » Marc Marquez: King of the kerb


Grendlehop: @Jimmytherealone, You prob meant Vale, who personified the definition of prodigy. Until Marc defends his title successfully this year and the next, then switches to another manufacturer and defends his title 2 more times making 5 in a row, he's still going to remain Vale's shadow. Marc IS however clearly at a level Casey could never achieve.
I'm a massive Rossi fan, he is the best in my eyes and always will be, but you people need to stop saying Marquez must do this and he must do that. He's his own person, he doesn't need to win 5 title in a row, he doesn't need to leave Honda and go and win a title with another manufacturer. Let him make his own career.

JedPB67

August 27, 2014 12:40 PM

F1 » Hamilton ‘will always put the team first’


Si63: Err he didn't ignore team orders, I'm sure you heard the radio messages just like everyone else 'I'm not going to wait for Nico, when he can get close I will let him past' Please enlighten us on what you would do in that situation?
You've got to love it, these are the same people that pipe up and voice thier dislike of team orders and how they want to see proper racing between drivers, yet change thier tune quicker than quick when it involves Hamilton. Impossible to take them seriously.

JedPB67

August 27, 2014 8:25 AM

F1 » Rosberg disputes Hamilton claims


Some cuts of Coulthard's view on BBC: "The incident was messy and responsibility for it lies with Rosberg. Hamilton was entirely blameless. He took the normal racing line, as he was entitled to do, and did not try to squeeze Rosberg. " "when he realised he was going to run off the circuit, he turned back in again and, in a clumsy manoeuvre, clipped Hamilton's rear tyre with his front wing, causing a puncture" "Rosberg caused this incident and has badly affected Hamilton's title chances. In that scenario, there should be something that helps neutralise the consequences" "we should admire Wolff and Lauda for having the strength of character to say what they did if they think a driver has messed up."

JedPB67

August 27, 2014 12:57 PM

F1 » Rosberg disputes Hamilton claims


physics: Doesn't matter if someone makes the overtake there or not, rules say you can't push people off the track.
I didn't see Hamilton push Rosberg off track, neither did Lauda, Wolff or Coulthard. In fact, seemingly, the only people that did watch Hamilton push Rosberg off track were Hamilton haters. Deal with it.

JedPB67

August 27, 2014 1:09 PM

F1 » Rosberg disputes Hamilton claims


richard: jed. it is your post that is ridiculous. but i guess that you have been driving your gt3 car and know it all? yes, in the good old days, it was legitimate to push others off their line and off the track.
I might not race a GT3 car, but I do race so I'd say I have a better idea than most. As for your comment about Hamilton pushing Rosberg off track maybe you should read someone's views on the situation, everyone in the paddock who has commented has said Hamilton took the normal line through the right left section. As for Lauda saying it was unnecessary, he was referring to the fact that if Rosberg waited 90 seconds he could have had DRS and sailed past Hamilton down the straight a lap later.

JedPB67

August 26, 2014 12:31 PM

F1 » Rosberg disputes Hamilton claims


Tomco: Why is it Hamilton causes so many problems with his team mates and other drivers ? I can only put it down to him having a chip on his shoulder and being a complete and utter t.sser. The sooner he retires from F1 the better for all concerned.
I love it! Posters on this site always moan and ask for drivers to have some charachter and don't follow the robotic PR ways of everyone else, that speaks his mind and delivers what his heart and head say instead of the PR bs that is delivered in every other interview. So they get it with Hamilton, but because it's Hamilton people now bang on about how they love drivers with a quiet approach? You can't have it both ways.

JedPB67

August 27, 2014 7:17 AM

MotoGP » Smith impressed by Circuit of Wales plans


I don't want to seem like a Negative Nancy here but can anyone actually see this whole idea working out of a new circuit, especially at this cost? I mean it's so close to the local town so will there be locals trying to get it cancelled due to future noise pollution from the racing, not to mention whilst it's being built? The claim for 6,000 jobs for the locals is surely a load of bull as well, I know they say there's going to be a trading estate/technology park just outside, but 6,000 jobs? Jonathan Palmer owns 4 major circuits and only employs about 250 full time staff combined. Plus there's the law suit Silverstone have raised to do with something about government money being used in aid of building it. If it works, fair play because it looks awesome and I'd love to race it but it has a whole feel of Donington Park's F1 plans about it from a few years ago.

JedPB67

August 26, 2014 1:27 PM

F1 » Rosberg disputes Hamilton claims


richard: in this case, lulu tried to drive nico off the track, and nico was right not to be bullied.
Ahahahahaha. That's the most ridiculous thing I've read during this whole incident. No one overtakes round the outside there, it's a tough ask in a GT3 car lapping a backmarker let alone in an F1 car overtaking someone of at least equal pace. Lauda was correct in what he said about Rosberg. The overtake was unnecessary there and on that lap.


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