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November 25, 2014 8:05 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Force riders to pit in the rain

TwistedWrist29: Wow, its obvious A LOT of you who commented have never raced a bike on slicks and dealt with rain. They have zero traction in the wet, and when they let go, there is no warning....
So are you suggesting that JL is correct and you agree that they need to pit for tires at the start of rain??....I am a decent track day rider and yes I do ride on a damp track or in misty conditions on slicks not to the level of JL or VR but I weigh the risk (relative to my skills) before switching tires (because it will cost $50 to switch back and forth :). JL as you state is a world champ so he should make the call himself not the flag. He has lost his edge (in the rain) IMHO.


November 09, 2014 9:03 PM

MotoGP » Moto3: Jack Miller wins, Alex Marquez champion

You know I was may the best man win until sepang and JM elbows and knees to pust AM wide of which he tried today....Rins aka Kent for AM did a great job since this races was more demolition derby than a race. AM was never going to pass JM cause he was going to get wrecked or pushed wide deliberately by JM. That is not racing...hard moves are ok but knees and looking back to ensure you pushed them wide has no place. In Aragon AM did not purposely wreck JM regardless of the outcome. JM showed his age and immaturity. On to MOTOGP where the talent pool is more difficult.


November 03, 2014 12:01 PM

F1 » Fifth F1 win in a row for Hamilton in Austin

MaddMe: He may be the most successful British driver, but, in no way does that mean he is the best British driver and most certainly not the best driver on the current grid (I think Daniel Riccardo is earning that title, showing proper race craft and charisma)...
So what would you use to define the best if not success? I am not British but it hard to understand your statement.


November 02, 2014 10:03 PM

F1 » Fifth F1 win in a row for Hamilton in Austin

GokartMozart: Can someone explain what happened to Nico to me , change of tyres but they did not adjust the wing for the new compound causing him massive understeer. Did they really do that ?
Simple....NR on new tires and low fuel is faster over 2 to 3 laps. LH had better race pace...once he got the lead above a sec he just maintained to save the tires to the end


September 22, 2014 3:47 PM

MotoGP » How big is too big for MotoGP?

Robert Danley: I don't know, affixed weight could be advantageous. It adds another variable to adjust the weight distribution of the bike. If the bike and rider are underweight, the added weight could be placed to improve the weight distribution of the bike. Or maybe that's what you object to.
You are spot on I bet Cal would love to be able to move some weight around.

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