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suzukiaussietrav

February 18, 2011 12:13 PM

F1 » Ecclestone: Bahrain GP fate to be decided next week


If it gets cancelled this is Bernie's chickens coming home to roost. He chased the money of the middle east and this is his just deserts. Its time he listed to the fans and kept the races at tracks where poeple will attend. And while he's at it he can lower the fees so the tickets come back to a realistic price. Cause at the end of the day the sport started with a group of guys wanting to go fast. Not some stunted greedy knob filling his own coffers.

suzukiaussietrav

November 18, 2010 2:41 PM

MotoGP » Crash.net's MotoGP top ten: 4th


Alot of interesting posts - Monster and others. But i think the best judge of how you've done is what your team mate on the same machinery did. Rossi got soundly beaten and so did Hayden. I dont think its fair on this basis to put Stoner behind Rossi. Maybe they should have been equal 3rd / 4th. Ducati have always wanted it to be the bike that is the winner. the same as honda. Be interesting how they cope with Rossi saying the bike needs to change so much. But now i'm just reiterating what others before me have said.

suzukiaussietrav

October 18, 2010 11:07 AM

MotoGP » Rossi, Hayden battle brightens spaced-out race


Battle... What Battle? Rossie passed hayden then hayden followed him for about 10 - 15 laps. He passed Rossi on the last lap and Rossi passed him back. That was it... The Spies Simoncelli race was more of a battle. But i guess it is Rossi so it must have been amazing. Even though Lorenzo put more and more time in to Rossi once he was 3rd... I apologise. I should be bowing down and kissing Rossi's butt saying it was amazing and i want to have his children etc etc. The amazing part of this race was Stoner. Pure and simple. He smashed eveyone. Pity he coudlnt have one or 2 more of these races early in the year. Word..

suzukiaussietrav

October 14, 2010 12:48 PM

F1 » Horner maintains: There'll be no favouritism at RBR


Horner would say there will be no favourtism. He has to. But every F1 fan knows that they will favour little Sebby the golden child. Even though he is currently behind his supposedly slower team mate. Surely if Mark beats Little Sebby this weekend they must put their weight behind Mark. I'm not holding my breath on this though... Great ending to the season though with the title going down to the wire..

suzukiaussietrav

September 03, 2010 2:09 PM
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F1 » Button: No need for Vettel move


As a Webber Fan i dont like Vettel. I'll admit that. But even if Button did brake at a different point. Its within his rights to vary his lines and speed at various points to make it difficult to pass. Rossi is a master of this in MotoGP. If Seb is not used to playing with the big boys maybe he should move to Indy Cars or Formula Renault or some lesser championship...


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