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March 24, 2014 10:50 AM

MotoGP » Dovizioso 'happy' as Ducati halves the gap

Hard and a bit meaningless I guess to be honest... But I'll speculate a bit more anyway! Had a look at the lap-by-lap analysis and it seems like he was roughly about half a second off the leaders most of the time once he got back in the groove, except when he got held up. Ifs, buts and maybes aside I think that pace should have been good enough to put him in the second group with Espargaro and the factory Ducatis. Either way, good pace from and I'm excited to see what he can do for the rest of the season, would be brilliant to see him up there!


March 24, 2014 7:35 AM

MotoGP » Rate the 2014 Qatar MotoGP!

Just a shame a couple of the top guys fell, otherwise it was pretty damn EPIC to be honest! Extremely promising for the rest of the season too for a multitude of reasons - open class riders closer to the factory boys, Ducati back in the mix, the satellite riders really able to challenge and probably even beat the factory boys... A good chance in other words that what will ultimately shine through and decide it all is TALENT, not bad eh!


March 18, 2014 2:27 PM

F1 » Ecclestone warns quieter F1 could be costly

Is it just me or are people way too sensitive over this whole sound issue? Frankly I couldn't care less as long as the racing is good. And besides, if you know anything at all about TV production or sound recording you'll know that the audio feed from the trackside microphones will be normalised anyway and has nothing to do with the actual volume. Thus, most likely the volume of the cars on the TV feed will be pretty much exactly as high as last year, and the main difference would be that the new cars have a lower frequency. Is that really so much to cry about? Actually, you don't have to look all that long back in history to see engines revving a lot less than those of today... Read that the legendary Cosworth DFV engine had a rev limit of less than 11000 for example, so I guess all F1 cars from the 80s and earlier are to be classified as vacuum cleaners then? Times change, V10s are obsolete, get over it.


March 22, 2014 1:13 PM

F1 » Ericsson: I want to get on with it

He didn't shine as brightly as some of the other young guns, but I was actually quite impressed with him in Australia. He had good race pace and was running ahead of a good number of cars from bigger teams, including the Merc powered Force Indias, all the way up until his retirement. I wasn't sure about him being F1 material to be honest but I would love to be proven wrong. Will be interesting to see what he can do in Malaysia!

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