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Dreaduk

November 20, 2013 4:25 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: New era depends on more than one rider


Continued............ However, I think I understand what you're saying so I'll give you that one as well. My point was that the Yamaha was inferior to the Honda’s, It helps to read other peoples posts carefully before commenting then, as you rightly say, proof read your own comments before 'clicking' (probably a more appropriate term than "hitting") 'submit' (which should have a full stop following it, and before the smiley). No offence meant.......Ah! Just noticed, you might want to check your spelling of "offense". Although they may mean the same thing, offense is an American spelling, a bit like Tyre and Tire. :) .......Please note, full stop and then smiley.

Dreaduk

November 20, 2013 4:23 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: New era depends on more than one rider


@Codger, "your spelling and grammar will make your posts so much more comprehensible." I didn't say it would make them perfect, just easier for people to understand, particularly if your first language isn't English. It was a positive comment designed to help people. Point taken about Rossie (typo) and Cruthelow but Grammerly isn't perfect and nor am I. As for the apostrophe use in "Honda's", the company is called Honda therefore as it's a singular noun, convention dictates the apostrophe should precede the 's'. And if we're going down that road: "Good advice, but English is not everyone's first language and, besides, some of us are just thick.".........the comma between "and, besides" is superfluous but as punctuation was only invented to aid politicians with indicators of when, and how to pause for dramatic effect, I'll give you that one. What I really don't understand is: "Neither of the two Hondas were riding an inferior bike". Don't riders ride Honda's? However, I think

Dreaduk

November 17, 2013 1:24 PM

WSBK » MV Agusta WSBK debut official


@shamarone.........and you've won how many races in any class over the last 50 years? Yaknich is only a racing team, and as successful as they have been over the last couple of years they only know about spannering bikes, nothing about designing and manufacturing them with all the compromises that entails. This is a feather in any racing teams cap, it's up to Yaknich not to blow it.

Dreaduk

November 16, 2013 9:05 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: New era depends on more than one rider


I don't mean to be rude, but please guys, go here www dot grammarly dot com, add it to your browser and your spelling and grammar will make your posts so much more comprehensible. I think Lorenzo underestimated Marc's ability in the first half of this season. Marquez has to ride the Honda like Stoner did, sideways, but Lorenzo can usually match him with the bike in line. I didn't personally rate Lorenzo, especially when it came to fairing bashing, Rossie seemed to scare him when they diced, but Spain was a real eye opener. Lorenzo did what I can't recall any rider ever doing, slowing a race down to control it then, when that didn't work, riding away from two Honda's on an inferior bike. Cruthelow said that when any other Yam rider tries to do what Lorenzo does in the first few laps they just fall off. Gawd knows what Lorenzo would be like on a Honda! he is a class act and next season should be good if Dani raises his game, and Rossi gets his MoJo back.

Dreaduk

November 04, 2013 10:18 AM

F1 » Button: It’s a pity – again


Disagree with Jayne's comment about Vettel not being the best driver. The Red Bull it is a front running car, but not consistently 30 seconds faster then the opposition. Webber is a good enough driver and competes where the car would be with any other driver. Vettel can't possibly have won 4 championships without being the best driver on the grid.....by far, the cars just not that good. LuLu is regularly touted as the fastest driver over one lap by the pundits but he's a clod footed oaf compared to Vettel over a race. And the argument of Vettel managing tyres well when he's in clean air all the time is nonsense, any other driver taking a second or two out the next fastest driver in the early laps would shred their tyres, but Vettel just gets faster and makes his last. Tragically the FIA will do everything they possibly can to hobble him, as they did with Schumacher, just to keep the competition interesting.

Dreaduk

October 09, 2013 9:52 AM

IndyCar » Franchitti sent to hospital after huge last-lap crash


@Andrew2K F1 began as a constructors championship, the drivers were secondary. It's not the technology in terms of mechanical and electrical advances that's killing F1 it's artificially induced aerodynamic downforce. It needs to be excluded from motorsports altogether, cars need to run neutral Aero so they can follow each other through bends, at slower speeds which is safer, and enable proper slipstreaming. Darios crash is in part, exacerbated by Aero. As soon as the massive forces pushing the car into the tarmac are released when he hit the back of Sato, that energy has to go somewhere and that's accelerating the car further into the crash. Aw Ra best Dario and the injured spectators.


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