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July 14, 2014 9:04 PM

F1 » Button: Old Hockenheim was ‘mighty’

Webbertron: I don't mind the new Hockenheim layout. What really annoys me is the fact that they destroyed the old track. Sure, build a new track that's fine. But for God sake don't tare up the history.
Completely agree. Same story with Monza. Why leave the oval to disintegrate? Wish I could've seen races on that OLD layout. @ beastinblack Spa is just such an incredible circuit. I WISH we could see WSBK there!!!!


July 14, 2014 9:02 PM
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WSBK » Sykes ‘goes big’ to earn his summer break

Yeah just imagine if an experience SBK guy rode the thing... podiums? No. Points? could well be the case. Yates is just tired IMO and May hasn't really got it either. Pegram surprised me, good ride Larry! As for Tom, yup the damage is done (to the rest of the grid) and now it's just a matter of doing the job to seal the deal. Real racer and Real WC! Maybe the most interesting battle will be who ends up third in the standings. At this rate the fight for second could still be a cracker. If Loris picked up a win or two and Marco continues the upward trend Guinters could be in trouble. Johnny sadly can't be competitive consistantly enough.


July 09, 2014 5:58 AM

MotoGP » Understeer fear for Crutchlow

Honestly, yes, Cal has complained. But let's be honest, he has had reason to. I am sure he never expected to be winning races or even podiums, but to have the series of electronic and brake failures hasn't helped. Gigi, I am sure, understands Cal's annoyance. @ DamZen1 And with that in mind, Cal is probably right NOT wanting to use the soft tyre. It's pointless developing something you will/may lose shortly.


July 08, 2014 6:06 PM

MotoGP » Understeer fear for Crutchlow

@ shuggiemac To a certain extent I agree, a VERY different bike, a whole new ball game. But at the same time, I see his point. Ducati shouldn't be resting on just being happy with using the softer tyre, even if it is allowed. And with Gigi at the helm, we all know the man can make a great bike, he is pointing out and reitterating the bikes GLARING faults so they get fixed. I hope both him and Dovi stay on at Ducati. They are polar oposites yet at Tech 3 brought REALLY exciting racing. I hope Ducati listens to their feedback and Gigi really shakes things up.

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