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March 30, 2016 1:28 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: We'll have to do better

@et77m Agree with you there. The top riders are MM and JL with a whole bunch of riders a little behind including DP, VR, MV and AI. Vale is fast but he can no longer run with the true aliens. If he had won the championship last year it would have been good for the sport but not really justified, JL was obviously the faster rider. This year he'll be fine but I'm concerned that he might tarnish his reputation by staying another 2 years.


March 30, 2016 7:35 AM

F1 » Going faster won’t deliver better racing - Hamilton

Here's how to do it: - Steel disks for the brakes (longer braking zone = easier to overtake) - SEVERELY limited standard aero rules (drivers can slipstream + overtake) - No wings - No pit stops - you want to pass someone, you do it on track - Big slicks (more mechanical grip) - Big high revving motors (F1 isn't the place for making environmental gestures) Voila racing!


March 24, 2016 1:51 PM

F1 » Ecclestone backs F1 elimination qualifying format

I gave up on F1 years ago, I remember going to the F1 race at Silverstone and coming away depressed, disillusioned and with a headache. By chance I accepted an invitation to see WSBK at Brands that year and the difference was incredible. You got really close to the action, the place was packed and the atmosphere pretty much crackled with excitement - in bike racing they actually overtake on track rather than in the pits! The atmosphere was also far better, you could meet the riders and there wasn't this strange slightly detached snobby feel there is in F1. It was noisy but not with the painful ear piercing volume of F1 which meant that you could still have a conversation with your friends. Since then I've also noticed that the characters you get in bike racing are far more real than the boys you get in F1. Needless to say I couldn't be much ****d with the F1 playstation procession any more

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