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October 31, 2013 12:04 PM

MotoGP » Ben Spies retires from racing

Not sure what Ben is thinking, who does, but I suspect he knew his GP career was over when he lost his seat to Rossi. Not sure why he even signed with Ignite. I doubt that's something he really wanted to do. It's sad, but if you aren't on a Factory Honda or Yamaha your not going to be competitive. I hope I'm wrong, but I doubt we'll ever see Ben pin the throttle in competition again. Good luck to Ben in whatever he decides to do next.


June 12, 2012 2:16 PM

MotoGP » Jorge Lorenzo signs new Yamaha MotoGP contract

My take on the silly season... Rossi will never ride a Honda again in MotoGP. He burned that bridge. He is stuck on the DUC unless Aprilia comes back to MotoGP. Ben?? Ohh.. Ben I think it may be too late for him to save his Yamaha Factory seat. Can't see him accepting a satellite ride. I predict he goes "bike" racing for a year. Hayden? Not sure. He makes a good team mate. I can see him moving to Ben's spot on the Yamaha Factory team. They have their No. 1 in Lorenzo and don't need a second No. 1 in Crutchlow. So i think the factory teams are: Honda: 1. Pedrosa 2. Crutchlow Yamaha: 1. Lorenzo 2. Hayden Ducati: 1. Rossi 2. Barbera


August 16, 2010 11:55 AM

F1 » F1 'would be tough for girls', argues Liuzzi

Don't know why everyone keeps mentioning the "mental" part of the game being difficult for women. There are plenty of mentally tough women out there. Perhaps the physical demands are too high. Until we have a full-time woman racer no one will really know. I don't care what race, religion, or gender you are. If you are fast that's all the really matters in racing. Actually that's not true. You need to be fast and be able to bring big sponsors. Besides, what's hotter than a fast woman :-) Will lady racers of Umbrella boys?


July 26, 2010 3:34 AM

F1 » Ferrari summoned by FIA stewards

I don't have a problem with it. While I would rather Massa win, I don't see a problem with that happened. Alonso appeared to be clearly faster and by allowing him past they reduced the risk of the two coming together in a risky overtaking maneuver which surely would have happened if Massa didn't let him past. However, if the telemetry does not clearly show Alonso being faster than I would rather both riders be stripped of points and the team fined a massive amount ($100k is not enough).

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