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October 31, 2015 5:28 PM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi appeals Sepang penalty

One thing that has puzzled me is why Rossi found it necessary to look back, first over the right shoulder and then again over the left shoulder, while speeding away from the site of the incident. I can't recall a rider looking more than once, before getting on with the job and even after watching replays it still looks as odd as when it happened.


October 31, 2015 9:27 PM

MotoGP » FIM: Rossi-Marquez clash has 'poisoned' MotoGP

rossislow: rossie is slowest of the 3 riders. least pole positions for 2015 Marquez 8 Lorenzo 4 Rossie 3 he is simply old and slow now. if anyone holding up traffic its rossie
I suppose that's how he got a 7 point lead in the championship.
Consistency - you are less likely to crash or have tyre problems is you are going slower - Rossi has been very consistent this year.
Agreed, but he's not exactly 'holding up traffic'. 16 rostrum places and being slow doesn't add up.


October 31, 2015 4:41 PM

F1 » Force India confirms ‘exciting’ Aston Martin talks

mrfill: Well, Christian Wolff does still have some financial interest in Williams (25% I believe) But Mercedes owns at least 5% of Aston Martin. The PUs can be rebranded but will still be the same. Williams are independent and have been around for ages. FI are new boys on the block and have always been struggling for cash, so much more pliable. Aston Martin get exposure and 'increased brand value' which MB would benefit from, although it would hardly be much of a surprise if they splashed a bit more cash and increased their holding. Rather like what VW did with Lambourghini.
Interesting. So, the Aston Martin PUs would simply be MB PUs with AM emblems? /nosaracsm
That's how I understand it. A similar plan was floating around earlier for AM badged motors for RBR, but that went down the pan...

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