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JoaoSousa

November 19, 2012 7:42 PM

F1 » Daimler assumes total control of Mercedes F1


Unfortunately, evelcyclops is right. We all have come to know all too well how quickly manufacturers throw their toys out of the pram when things go awry. I don't see Mercedes staying that much longer if they're gonna be fighting Toro Rosso. In terms of brand image, that's negative return. I'm not saying they'll pull out as engine suppliers, but I'm sure they'll do a Renault and sell the team itself in the near future.

JoaoSousa

November 19, 2012 7:38 PM

MotoGP » PBM's MotoGP plans unchanged despite Byrne decision


Good decision by Shakey, I believe. If I had to choose between staying at home and touring the country fighting for wins or fly all around the world in a massively inconvenient and at times tortuous schedule languishing at the back of the pack, I'd take the former without even blinking. He can travel and see those places whenever he pleases after he retires.

JoaoSousa

November 04, 2012 4:14 PM

F1 » Raikkonen and Lotus shine in the desert night


This was a reminder to every F1 fan of why they follow this sport. What a rollercoaster! F1 has been awfully satisfying to fans lately. And this race was just superb. I remember saying around the turn of the century that I only wished F1 was half as exciting as MotoGP. My, how things have changed for the better in what F1 is concerned. A big thanks to all the guys that brought us this amazing race. And may the best man win!

JoaoSousa

October 06, 2012 7:02 PM

WRC » Solberg crashes out in France


Terrible conduct by Solberg. All I can say is that I am disappointed. At 37, he really should be old enough to know how dangerous this is. A lot of people could have been killed. The way he drives at full speed through the vineyard and hits the post is absolutely reckless. Perhaps you could say that spectators should not have been there. That may be true. In rallying, spectators should always be on higher ground than drivers. But they were there. And even if that was not the safest place for them to be, it wouldn't make it any easier for Solberg if he had run someone over or if the post had landed on someone. I hope he learns from this. What a bizarre and sad incident.


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