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October 20, 2013 5:39 PM

MotoGP » Marc Marquez explains Phillip Island black flag


Pedrosa got a penalty for touching the white when returning to the track not for speeding on entry. Watch the post race press conference. The same one where all podium finishers agreed Marquez is more responsible for the turn one near crash disaster with lorenzo. Anyone who thinks there's some conspiracy against Honda or Marquez needs to take their tin foil hats off, cus everything was justified today. The new rules were crystal clear from my computer chair on the other side of the world. Motogp.com has pictures of how bad Marc's tire was so go take a look and realize he not only risked himself but other riders.. He's probably gonna win this year in my opinion anyways cus he's just too damn fast so accept the results and let the battle continue

cbrbamby

October 20, 2013 12:33 PM

MotoGP » Marc Marquez explains Phillip Island black flag


Some of you guys are arguing a speeding ticket. Yes it' sucks and it didn't make a difference but rules are friggin rules. The burden was equally distributed to all teams today and everyone else complied. Adapt and overcome. I think lorenzo accepted a 50% involvement in the extremely dangerous and potentially devastating turn one clash only cus he's so happy he just won and his points to Marquez jus went from 48 to 18, that he doesn't care and maybe feels bad for mm and the black flag is a punishment already served.

cbrbamby

September 23, 2013 5:24 PM

F1 » Anti-Vettel heckling criticised by Horner and Lauda


Agree with taipan. I understand that it happens in Italy because it's in ferrari's house, but every time in hear them boo him on the podium it unfortunately changes the way I look at the sport. Vettel's exhibited talent over the past 4 years has been amazing. He is so good that people hate him, which is normal in any sport. But it's sad to see people do this cus they know it hurts hi,

cbrbamby

September 04, 2013 11:16 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Braking key in fight with Hondas


Honda is a very technologically advanced company in numerous sectors besides their motorcycles and its safe to say the planet widely accepts them as the best engineers on earth. Honda probably spends TWICE as much ( maybe even more?) on their Grand Prix motorcycle program in particular the research and development aspect. For yamaha, a company much smaller in size, with far less money (still no title sponsor) to be right up there with a company like Honda, and exchanging race wins back and forth every weekend Is a heck of a success as it is. Its great for consumers like us that theyre even involved in order to pass on the technology to production road bikes. So with that said it is very easy to understand and see that yes there's clearly areas that the yamaha is not as strong as the honda, and it takes longer for a resolution in the company with less finances

cbrbamby

August 31, 2013 6:00 PM

MotoGP » Marquez smashes pole record during Lorenzo duel


I said it at Assen when Lorenzo was taken by jet plane to spain for surgery after collarbone breaking accident and maybe for different reasons I still feel we just saw Repsol Honda win the championship. I am die hard Yamaha lover til the death so believe me, this is very upsetting. But I seriously believe Repsol/Honda/Marquez will be triple crown champs this year. Marquez is so good that I hate him for it and its only the beginning. He screws up-bobbles the bike mid corner and still posts a fast lap. Very scary talent to take over the class for years to come. Yamaha not only need to make their machinne overcome their current problems, but they need to miraculously make it superior to the honda (no way) to even mount a challenge cus Lorenzo is pretty good

cbrbamby

July 09, 2013 9:27 PM

F1 » Ecclestone orders pitlane change


As great as that is in regards to safety (and I totally understand any effort to improve in that area) that is not really great news for viewers cus some of us watch f1 for the technical/mechanical aspect just as much as the on track racing. I hope theres gonna be a ton of cameras mounted around all the garages to make up for this, but who knows and I'll just have to wait until Hungary to see what this is gonna look like.

cbrbamby

June 28, 2013 12:12 AM

MotoGP » Jorge Lorenzo: I was too confident


Absolutely true there's a lot of races left. But other than what I stated, the remaining tracks have proven to be Honda tracks, pedrosa gets stronger from Germany onwards, yamaha is on there 4 th engine out of 5 allowed, with one being written off where Honda is on 2 out of 5. So Even though I so deeply love yamaha factory racing, I think it's fairly realistic to assume it just became mission impossible for them- IF pedrosa doesn't crash with injuries and even Marquez. I hope I'm wrong


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