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October 30, 2013 7:54 AM
Last Edited 912 days ago

MotoGP » Sam Lowes: Why I chose Moto2 over WSBK

Sam didn't do so great on the Honda in WSS, it would seem patience and learning how to get the most out of his tires will be pretty important, as for traction control in Moto2, Sam's WSS bike will probably be quicker than his Moto2 bike even with the gimped tires they run in WSS, I suspect Sam will have no issues with the weaker geo(metro) motors. Sam's biggest hurdle will be the support he gets with the speedup chassis. As for Aegerter, that pretty much is his team, Kenan never had a good shot against him, and I rate Abraham over Aegerter. If you want to know how good Kenan could have been in Moto2 watch his wildcard performances with little to no experience, if you want to know about how important sponsorship and team support is in Moto2, watch his full season. That team was never the same after Tomizawa left it, I think Honda had him in mind for something big, I also think they have Nakagami in mind too if you know what I mean, as his motor his none to shabby down the straight wit


October 28, 2013 10:59 PM

MotoGP » Pedrosa: I had nothing left

in case you missed it Honda finished 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th, Jorge finished first because Dani's tires didnt keep up, just like the whole year and Marc cannot pass someone unless he barges through. The Honda is better than the Yamaha full stop, but the spectacle is more important than the manufacturers, this isn't F1, YFR and HRC will do what Dorna wants them to because the FIM and Dorna control the TV rights/sporting venues. In F1, there is more reason and more money with in the teams, but in MotoGP its pretty much a bunch of poor performers owned by Spanish interests. Even HRC had to beg for money a while back, MotoGP just doesnt have any real competition and the guys will go as cheap as they can as long as they can keep the ratings up, and sell bikes. Ducati have to be the most stupid for allowing the control tire to destroy their reputation in GP racing, I can't believe they stay in this sport that is Spanish rider Japanese maker oriented.


October 28, 2013 8:53 PM
Last Edited 914 days ago

F1 » Vettel success 'not a motivating factor' for Rosberg

Don't you love that though, its pc to lie to other people about your own self interest. Lies and distortions, and the potential for exploiting people's ignorance. I think most of the drivers in F1 while might being some what envious of the level of support and car he drives, don't really care for him personally, there is something to earning your way up, and Vettel has been in the best car since the tail end of 2009. Nobody really wants to respect someone who has a car that is easily 2 seconds faster than anyone elses :) That car is much faster than anyone elses, only the tires are keeping it from being 2011+even worse. The only good thing about next year, is it upset's Red Bull's domination, at least to a degree, but unfortunately they have the most money and investment and only one person to care about, so its not like it will take them too long to optimize their vehicle.


October 28, 2013 6:35 AM
Last Edited 914 days ago

F1 » Webber still smiling despite DNF

It's not really a conspiracy, its a lack of interest/investment on to Mark's side of the garage that is most likely at fault. The RBR is a good car, but RBR don't have unlimited funds, preventative maintenance checks, the skill of the maintenance workers, who and what gets allocated, if anyone is running say 'refurbished' parts, etc... Mark is #2, has been since 2011, I just have to laugh at the people who think he gets any where near the same support as Vettel, because clearly there is no historical evidence to suggest that this is even a remote possibility. Reason finds a holiday in the minds of the GP Gospel worshipers.


October 28, 2013 6:27 AM
Last Edited 914 days ago

F1 » Hamilton frustrated with P6

Rosberg would have been p5 had he not passed Massa in the pits, the Merc is too slow out of the corner and down the straight, they will continue to get held back on the straights until they either get more speed down the straight or fix their corner exit issues. Not a bad race from Lewis considering Merc let him down on the straights again, and he was struggling most of the weekend, Merc look to have 2nd in the constructors if they can keep it up, but they have a lot of work to do, especially with next year's motor and the redesign of their car. As for the abusive comments, one can only hope that this website provides an outlet for those who choose to hate an opportunity not to dump it on their families, abuse is a big problem, so hopefully that this site and Lewis' good nature offers them a way to pony up a good lot of coward's hate, a receptacle away from families, friends and coworkers, peace haters :)

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