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November 03, 2011 6:59 AM
Last Edited 1641 days ago

WRC » Your views: What’s Kimi’s next move?

I actually enjoyed this article quite thoroughly. Reading some of these responses and I can see that this was not written to the likes of some of the low brow mouth breathers amongst us here at crash net. Those of course can be found at a great deal many sites always contributing what they do best, snide remarks hiding behind a keyboard. Anyways back to the article. Its nice to see drivers of the recent past brought back into the spot light and not the "Lewis Hamilton prefers this brand of toilet paper" ad nauseum we usually see. As one of my past favorites in the F1 circuit, this article brings back fond memories of his F1 career as well as keeping some of the light on his more recent adventures into other realms of motorsport racing. Good article, well written, and to the point. I hope we can see more articles of this nature.


October 30, 2011 10:28 PM
Last Edited 1644 days ago

WSBK » Althea confirms Checa, Giugliano for 2012

Congratulations on another championship Ducati. Maybe this year you will make sure Checa waits until the last few laps before he passes and quickly pulls half a lap ahead of everyone else. I don't blame Yamaha and Suzuki for wanting out of this series, why bother when over the past decade a certain brand is given the advantage over and over again? Honda will be next and this series will be dead.


October 24, 2011 1:35 AM

MotoGP » Colin Edwards dislocates shoulder in Sepang tragedy

I want to see Colin get back on and give it a run again. Simo wouldn't want Colin to quit over such a thing. Yes Edwards has nothing left to prove, but Moto GP would lose yet another great personality if Colin walked away at this point. Maybe another year and he will be ready to be put out to pasture, but Edwards can still ride in his respective weight/skill catagory with ease. Do not give up the ride! You are a racer Colin. Ride on!


October 23, 2011 9:31 PM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: Simoncelli was like a brother

Val's initial body language as he was entering the pits showed he knew the seriousness of what had taken place. Val's waving to the cameras as they caught up with him as he was sitting and resting showed that the true seriousness was not yet realized, and actually gave me some hope. Seeing Colin again out there in the field not being transported and his body language took any hope of Simo being alright. Colin looked absolutely crushed.

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