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September 11, 2015 11:22 AM

F1 » Monza leniency would set precedent – Horner

I understand Monza pays the lowest fee of any track. That is a precedent. ALL tracks will try and negotiate a lower fee. Few succeed. Doesn't stop them trying though. Monza's other claim, which is not so easy to match and removes the possibility of setting a precedent, is that it has hosted an F1 GP every year since its inception (bar 1980 when it was rebuilt).


September 10, 2015 7:24 PM

F1 » Horner speculates run-off confidence causing tyre cuts

If there is no advantage then there is no reason to do it and those that do should be heavily penalised. 2 wheels off is ok, 4 wheels off anywhere - penalty. Every time. However, Horner must have missed the bit where Pirelli (in full whitewash mode) claimed 18 cuts for the first 10 races and five test sessions and yet 63 cuts over the Spa weekend. Other tracks have run offs and kerbs.... And stop mucking up tracks like Monza where the parabolica has been spoilt by the redesign of the run-off/gravel trap. Wait until we get to Run-Off City at Abu Dhabi *rolls eyes*


September 10, 2015 1:29 PM

MotoGP » Hayden: Rossi factor will be something special

Nakasone: He is a former champion, and yet is only racing in the open class. The other guy had not won a championship yet, but had been in the team for ten years now, going on eleven soon. How sad that is. Sorry to be off topic.
That's why I dislike HRC so much. No respect shown to the riders. Rossi could see that early and that's why he left.
He was beaten soundly by Pedrosa and Simoncelli in 2007 and by Pedrosa and Dovi in 2008. Being number 3 at Honda won't get you much help so off he went to Ducati, which was probably the worst thing he could have done. Honda didn't show 'respect' if you call it that, because he hadn't earned it.


September 11, 2015 12:15 AM

F1 » Horner speculates run-off confidence causing tyre cuts

guru72: Can anybody please tell me why we spend large amount's of money to build tracks to a shape with a kerbing around both edges. This kerbing needs to be a lift out kerb at all the inside corner kerbs. If cars are to use the track they could have large corrugations that make the car loose traction to make the driver stay within the track limits. It the track is to be used for bikes this corrugated sections could be replaced with flat sections.
And the outside of the bends? All this would involve spending even larger amounts of money whereas a few hefty fines/disqualifications would stop this immediately


September 10, 2015 1:39 PM

MotoGP » Cecchinello: I was nervous when I saw Jack behind Cal…

PunkySic: I was really impressed with Miller, extremely impressed... Until he returned to full idiot mode and tboned his team mate. I think it was a mix of skill, and a distinct lack of fear... Either way, has this kid even finished a race this season?
Ret ,14, 12, 20, Ret, Ret, 11, Ret, 15, Ret, 19, Ret Mission completed 6 times out of 12. Wonder who cops the bill for the damage. If its Honda, they won't be too impressed. If its LCR, they won't tolerate it for long.

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