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April 21, 2015 11:06 PM

MotoGP » Bridgestone recommended the extra-hard

A recap Before the race - Bridgestone recommends extra hard. After the race - Bridgestone say "with either rear slick option for the factory Honda and Yamaha riders capable of producing race-winning performance.” Rossi went for the wait and pounce strategy, Marquez went for the dash into the distance from the off. Dovi didn't have the option for the extra hard and did well, Crutchlow chose the hard and also did well. The Marquez strategy didn't really work but it was close and he was right to try. His tumble was not down to wrong tyre choice, rather it was because he clouted Rossi's back wheel. #76 above is spot on...


April 21, 2015 1:17 AM

F1 » Alonso: It felt strange to pass Ferrari

fourteenseven: Alonso is already working his magic at McHonda, his close proximity to Button and Maldonado enabled him to exert enough power to cause JB to temporarily lose his mind and launch into Pastor, and this week he mysteriously drains any usefulness from JB's car, filling up on his newly acquired power, he sticks the 'recalcitrant MP4/ into Q2 and finishes ahead of a Sauber. He's an evil genius, good driver too
Now you mention it, he would make a very convincing Dracula. And full marks to crash for the photo. The red highlighted bit is quite amusing - a bit Top Gearesque...


April 16, 2015 5:00 PM

F1 » Hamilton ‘never intended to disrespect’ in podium celebration

richard: drivers have to respect the culture of the countries that they are visiting. in china, the female is accorded far more respect that in europe or the states. it would benefit any driver to check the rules of etiquette of a country before letting loose. i am sure that nobody would spray prince albert with champagne in monaco, but they might spray harry in the uk. different countries, different standards.
I suspect you haven't been to China or the far east very much to see how females are really 'respected'. And there are very few heads of state whose security guards would allow them to be sprayed. In the UK, Her Maj certainly would not be. They could try it with Putin I guess....

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