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June 10, 2013 1:55 AM

F1 » Hamilton: The car felt fantastic today

Well done Lewis. In all reality , the car is on most days third place. However , next year is the run at the championship, and 2013 is a development year. Look at how much better this car is as opposed to 2012. @Taipan, ??? Really, your 15 seconds behind Vettel, ALONSO is OWNED as well, and a 1.7 spread at the end is definitely not ownership. Your are as usual the reigning emperor of hypocrisy. Using your standards, Hamilton OWNED Alonso the year they were both at Mclaren. FYI, on NBC sports there was a clip of Alsonso passing on a flashing yellow, I don't know if the BBC had it, but we in America saw it. See if second place is still there in the morning. Well done Red Bull, still owning all of F1.


May 29, 2013 1:02 AM

F1 » Teams warned that Pirelli test could not be ‘in-season’

Everybody cheats in F1, its not right, but it is a reality. However, above all DO NOT GET Caught. Merc and Pirelli got busted, and will be dealt with. Maybe the penalties will be similar as to when Mclaren had illegal data from Ferrari and all their points were removed , and a big fine. However Merc and Perilli could also tell the FIA to shove it. There are plenty of other racing series that cost far less, and can result in the same amount of merchandise volume for both companies. This may not just be about an illegal tire test, but could really be about who has the real power in F1. Maybe that's the ex attorney in me, but unions would violate laws to get better concessions all the time. This may be the same.


May 23, 2013 11:39 PM

MotoGP » POLL: Who should be Suzuki’s number one target for MotoGP?

One bike will go to whomever they deem the most reasonable and fastest Japanese rider as their not a single Japanese rider (or other Asian) on factory gear in Moto GP. The second bike will go to an American. Maybe not deserving, but they (Suzuki) need to move merchandise, and the motorcycle market in California alone is as big as the entire European market. GXSR's are everywhere in America. Unfortunately they get butchered by extended swing arms in the south, and become stunt bikes out west, but what does Suzuki care as long as its sold. Make money first, then maybe lets win races, and titles. Marketing does matter.

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