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June 11, 2014 8:10 AM

MotoGP » Record-breaking end to Mugello Moto3

V4Poweeeer: I'd lime to see a super slow mo of that one once again maybe it was so close that they gave it Fenati to keep the Italian crowd happy. The original timing board showed Rins taking the lead.
You cannot be serious? Go on and look on the Grand Prix tab under photo's, on the 5th page of Sunday they have the image from the photo finish. Fenati is quite clearly ahead of Rins and I.Vinales.


June 11, 2014 8:03 AM

WSBK » Sykes: Baz proved a lot of people right at my expense…

EmmBee1964: JedPB67 - are you serious?? You are part of a team on the machine, Sykes is not. If you win a race, you stand on the podium together, Baz does not join Sykes on the podium if he wins
You're wildly missing my point. You're right you should never crash with your team mate, but it happens. People don't do it on purpose, it's one of those things. I'm finding it pointless even replying to you now because your view is quite obviously pro Sykes and negative towards Baz. Either way, I see from Baz' Twitter that the continued negative feelings towards him have driven him more and have given him more motivation to beat Sykes, so if anything...keep going.


June 11, 2014 7:56 AM

WSBK » Sykes: Baz proved a lot of people right at my expense…

Tetley: Baz’s combination of inexperience and red mist is dangerous to all other riders.
Unfair to call someone inexperienced when they have raced in German, Spanish, British, French, European and World championships as well as winning th Bol D'Or 24 hour race and a European Championship by the time they're 21. Everyone needs to calm down. You'd think a motorcycle rider had never crashed with another rider before the way some people are going on.


June 11, 2014 7:30 AM

Le Mans » Davidson: Fastest car is no guarantee of Le Mans win

theeagle: Thats quite true. Fastest car never wins. Usually those with it (fastest car) have a disregard for the mantra "To finish first, you first have to finish". The Indy500 is a classic example, pole man Ed Carpenter qualified 230mph but crashed out while eventual winner (Ryan Hunter-Reay) only qualified 19th on the grid.
Taking nothing away from Hunter-Reay, he drove a very cool and clever race, but Carpenter was involved in a crash with James Hinchcliffe. Carpenter was quite an inncoent party in the crash as he had to move down the track on the restart and Hinch had already comitted to the inside.

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