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April 08, 2013 9:37 AM
Last Edited 1040 days ago

MotoGP » Qatar MotoGP: Rossi dazzles on Yamaha return

ron Rossi has shown that he still has what it takes to be a front running racer, I'm quite optimistic that there will be some race wins during the season for him, but I'm quite reallistic in my expectations that there will probably be no chamionship for him between now and when he decides to hang up his leathers, but that for me is no problem since he really has nothing to prove , I'm just happy to see him able to mix it with the young guns again EDIT by CRASH.NET! Stirring comments removed.


March 24, 2013 7:56 PM

MotoGP » Jerez MotoGP test times - Sunday (Final)

You just gotta love the way some people's minds work! Since testing began for this season people have been writing Valentino off and being quite nasty in their comments because he wasnt imediately up to the speed of his team mate or the Hondas. But now because Valentino is at the top of the time sheets all a sudden it's 'Oh these times mean nothing, it's only testing...' These haters they really are funny!


March 23, 2013 12:12 AM

MotoGP » Kevin Schwantz 'told to leave' Austin MotoGP test

Bob Why are you incensed? A company that kevin was a part of did have a Promoters Contract with Dorna, but they broke that contract because they could not supply Dorna with proof that he had obtained the rights, licenses and permits to run a Moto GP race event at cota, also they could not provide quarantees that they had the required finance in place to fund the event. It's quite sad really that a lot of people are jumping to Kevin's side just because of what he used to be without even bothering to find out the truth, yes he truly was an outstanding racer, but that does not make him a business man or indeed a circuit designer.


December 30, 2012 2:31 PM
Last Edited 1139 days ago

F1 » Ecclestone admits case could end F1 reign

'bernie is the only person who can keep alive once his gone f1 will slowly disappear' One thing I've learnt during my travel through life is that no one whoever they are or whichever position they hold are irreplaceable. It's one thing that I have tried to impress on younger starstruck work colleagues. Sometimes when a person of influence leaves a company they leave a void which either is filled by another eventually or that company adapts itself and take's a different approach to how things are done. But one thing is certain life goes on! It's the same as people saying that if Ferrari leave F1 then F1 is dead, that i'm afraid is a lot of steaming bull droppins. Yes obviously it would change F1 maybe for the better who knows.

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