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May 27, 2015 12:17 AM

MotoGP » Moto2 staying single engine post-2018

Pengilly: I know they are trying to keep it cheap using one motor but for me its not all about the drivers its also about the different manufactures battling it out. I agree with using multiple motors and keeping the mods to a minimum
Why bring manufacturers into it. They ruin almost everything they get their sticky fingers into and turn it into a spending race. This is a riders series and its cheap. Cheap enough that Gino Rea was able to cobble together an entry last year. Also in its short life some rather good riders have been through - Marquez, Bradl, Vinales, Smith, Espargaro, Iannone. Keep it pretty much as is. The engine supplier should be neither here or there, so long as a random allocation is used.


May 24, 2015 8:53 PM

F1 » Hamilton: You rely on the team...

Polyccio: Getting sick of these LH-hating clowns saying that Lewis needs to behave like a PR-friendly robot at all times. Show me a good loser... How would a 'character' like James Hunt have behaved today? (awaits he wouldn't have pitted response)
James Hunt would probably have had 'words' with his engineer and strategist. They would, however be unavailable for comment as they would be awaiting medical attention.


May 24, 2015 9:02 PM

F1 » Hamilton: You rely on the team...

Moriarty7: Further to above, but as an "old hand" I think I can remember a certain "Rosberg" as being anything but "German"? I know that in such sports as football and cricket and such like, nationality extends to some two or three years (or is it less?), but surely Nico takes the nationality of his dad?
Born in Weisbaden, Germany to a German mother and with a German passport. Looks pretty German to me. On your basis, Hamilton is a Grenadine

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