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mrfill

June 18, 2015 7:53 PM

F1 » Imola return to save Italian Grand Prix?


Even though they spoilt the parabolica by tarmacking over the gravel trap, Monza remains one of the best tracks in the world. All these shenanigans though just look like a replay of the recent German GP saga so I expect Bernie to leave it off the calendar for a year. And if he does, may the fleas of a thousand camels infest his *insert appropriate body part*

mrfill

June 18, 2015 7:30 PM

F1 » Button: Don't discount our background developments


107SS2009: Frozen items in 2016 that will be added ...
Sunny, What would happen if a new supplier, let's say Cosworth, wanted to enter in 2016? Would they have to comply with all this or is it a 'we'll cross that bridge when we come to it' group of rules? Also, If Renault wanted to start again, could there be an all new, let's say 'Nissan' engine, in addition to the current carthorse, or are they locked in with the only option being leaving F1?

mrfill

June 17, 2015 2:36 PM

F1 » Button: Don't discount our background developments


nihi.swann.7: The McLaren media machine clearly has a 'positive spin only boys' mandate this year. Lets face it, McLaren has lost the plot. How many terrible years in a row is this now? They talk a good talk, but results speak a different language
If talking positive wins races, Eric would have been world champ for the past decade. Its remarkable though how Button manages to give an interview through such very tightly clenched jaws.

mrfill

June 17, 2015 5:24 PM

MotoGP » Points priority for Smith after ‘solid performance’


Motojunky:
mrfill:
ampere: If Smith continues his rate of improvement and develops a reputation for being a solid team worker, with consistence finishes, then Honda will be giving him some consideration as a no.2 should Pedrosa decide to quit. Some will laugh at this idea but I think it is a possibility, especially if Ducati and Suzuki are able to stay at the front.
I reckon Honda will be after poaching Vinales first. However, there is another old boy in a senior team who has to retire sometime and maybe that team will be seeking a new protege as the current one has gone off. Stranger things have happened.....
You guys are forgetting that's what Miller is there for.
He's there in line to replace Marquez in 2030. :)

mrfill

June 17, 2015 2:44 AM

MotoGP » Espargaro: I’m a bit lost now


martin.mm.108:
mrfill:
martin.mm.108: the bike is the problem, he rides like VR he's a late braker.... Lorenzo's M1 is designed for that terrible 250cc wheels in line style, while all these kids from moto2 are used to brake deeper and slide that thing around corners something the Lorenzo M1 will never do... best thing he can do is try Rossi's chassis, but it may not be enough.
Remind me, which bike is currently at #1 and #2 in the championship?
what does that have to do with Pol's riding style? are you dense?
As he is on the same bike as VR and has the same riding style as VR and VR is leading the championship, its a bit ridiculous saying 'the bike is the problem'. And that's exactly what you did say.

mrfill

June 17, 2015 2:50 AM

MotoGP » Points priority for Smith after ‘solid performance’


ampere: If Smith continues his rate of improvement and develops a reputation for being a solid team worker, with consistence finishes, then Honda will be giving him some consideration as a no.2 should Pedrosa decide to quit. Some will laugh at this idea but I think it is a possibility, especially if Ducati and Suzuki are able to stay at the front.
I reckon Honda will be after poaching Vinales first. However, there is another old boy in a senior team who has to retire sometime and maybe that team will be seeking a new protege as the current one has gone off. Stranger things have happened.....


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