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August 05, 2014 5:51 AM
Last Edited 211 days ago

MotoGP » Miller to join Crutchlow at LCR?

I think the world of motor sports has got simply no more patience to find a rival for MM, as soon as possible. The ultimate reason can not be other than the everlasting one: the money ! The beginning of melting the rules has been already made, the latest example being with MM himself, promoted directly on the first class beast at Honda. If they are to find sooner a rival for him, they probably will have to go the same way, to say the least. The temptation to use the shortcut may be even higher not because Jack Miller is an Aussie, yet because he is not Spanish. But to find quickly a proper rival for MM may be a different story, whoever that guy might be or the way of finding him. Breaking the rules by promoting the guy directly from moto3 could pay off but, most probably, it won't.


July 27, 2014 5:39 AM
Last Edited 220 days ago

F1 » Vettel: Gap bigger than we had hoped for

Objective: I was expecting Rob to be the first on here to congratulate Vettel on his excellent qualifying lap.
Sorry not to meet your expectations !:) On the other hand, if you do like Rob's comments, please consider that I might have given him a help to keep his rating undiminished. Praising Vettel may be always a risky adventure, around here and this risk gets higher as he shows again some glimpses of the old Vettel. But if Seb will end up on the podium, the risk I took (on behalf of Rob :D) will be then rewarded.


July 26, 2014 8:10 AM
Last Edited 221 days ago

F1 » Vettel: Hungary not a turning point

About the rumours now: RBR has not reached that long desired turning point , yet Sebastian Vettel may have done it, regarding his career. The fans and, much more, the haters would rather want to find out what kind of stuff he is really made of . There is still some way to go to achieve what his famous fellow countryman did. The missing link is to repeat performance, within other team. It may be always hard to leave a winning team and his a/m countryman did so once, but, it has to be said, the things are not quite similar : then, the team, in spite of winning two titles, was not quite at the same power level as the strongest of the grid. Now, RedBull, while still one of the strongest teams, it may lose the title most probably. So, if there is a time for Vettel to make a turning point, then this may be it.


July 26, 2014 7:14 AM
Last Edited 221 days ago

F1 » Vettel: Hungary not a turning point

These small steps, allowed mainly by the software, have proved to be never enough to catch the leader. As such, the horizon of the RB's hopes to shorten that distance, has gradually moved from the "next few races" after the season started, to "the summer" and it has reached "towards the end of the season", now. This means they have just reached the moment of truth : no further need to declare "We may have lost the battle" .

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