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JedPB67

March 09, 2016 12:18 PM

MotoGP » Suzi Perry back in MotoGP with BT Sport


cossiegaz: Was hoping to read that she was replacing Iwan Thomas!! I've never understood how so many people find her attractive but as a presenter she wasn't too bad last time around. There's far worse people they could've chose than Suzi Perry so no complaints from me, would be nice to see a bit more of Steve Parrish aswell if anyone from BT happens to be reading this comment!
More Parrish?! I like Steve as a guy, I had the pleasure to meet him a few weeks ago and he's got an entire library of outrageously hilarious stories. As a commentator though, my god. We already have to suffer the constant inaccuracies and almost unbelievable repetitiveness of Keith Huewen.

JedPB67

March 09, 2016 12:27 PM

MotoGP » Suzi Perry back in MotoGP with BT Sport


Yearby23: Toby Moody, Julian Ryder, Suzi Perry, Gavin Emmett. That would be my ideal line up. With occasional co-commentary from Spies and Edwards.
Moody and Ryder, those guys made me go from liking MotoGP/500's to absolutely falling in love with it when I was growing up. I know a lot of people will disagree with this, but for me they were the best all round commentary duo. Funny, informative, intelligent and the little bits of behind the scenes info they gave about a quick chat they'd had with a riders mechanic the night before, or a rider they spoke to in the hotel that morning.

JedPB67

March 09, 2016 6:48 AM

F1 » Massa: Halo needed but it is ugly


Dallas: I really don't understand how so many people are saying that the halo will save all these lives. The only driver in Formula 1 to have lost his life in the past 20 year is Jules, and there is no possible way that the halo would have prevented that. How many lives is this supposed to save if none have even been lost? Please start using your brains people.
Well said Dallas, this whole thing is a knee-jerk reaction to a problem that doesn't exist.

JedPB67

March 09, 2016 7:25 AM

MotoGP » Hamilton: Rossi is incredible, I need to try a MotoGP bike


Sameagain: ...I still can find no fault in Marques Racing just intense as it would after you belittle and demean another person Rossi did th
It's comments like "no fault in Marquez' racing" that baffle a lot of people, myself included. How on earth you can claim Rossi to have "always been a dirty rider" and yet defend M.Marquez, a rider that has had much worse penalties, more warnings and got off with a lot more than Rossi ever has, despite his GP career being 12 years shorter than Rossi's. I'm not saying everyone should like Rossi, if you don't like a rider fair enough, it's your opinion. I'm simply saying don't defend a rider that has a worse history of contact with other riders than the rider you accuse.

JedPB67

March 09, 2016 6:53 AM
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F1 » Massa: Halo needed but it is ugly


retsieMneger: If anyone is qualified to voice an opinion its Felipe Massa. Until Lewis Hamilton has been there he should keep his ill considered opinions to himself.
I disagree. People like Hamilton, Kvyat and Hulkenberg want that element of danger when racing, that's what part of being a competitor is about, the thrill. Words from drivers like Vettel, Rosberg, Ricciardo and especially Massa are further dulling down the sport with regards to the halo. If you want to race in the premier car series in the world, it should be a trade off with that element of danger. As a competitor myself I honestly belief if you want to make the sport so safe it removes the rush, you shouldn't be racing. Massa should either stop racing, or go race touring cars if he's that concerned.

JedPB67

March 08, 2016 6:58 AM

F1 » Halo is more relevant for IndyCar than F1 - Palmer


I was quite surprised to read that Vettel and more so that Ricciardo were supporting the halo. Very shocked by Ricciardo's words to Hulkenberg (which can be found on Motorsport. com in the 'Ricciardo tells Hulkenberg: “No need to be a hero” over Halo' story). If asked I could have predicted that Rosberg and Massa would be all for it. Personally I agree with Hulkenberg, the sport is being steralized. If it's completely safe to race around at the high speeds they do in F1 then, from a drivers perspective, what's the point. It must remove what little excitement remains from the experience.


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