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November 16, 2014 5:30 PM

F1 » Caterham F1 makes 230 staff redundant

The only point of going to Abu Dhabi, having flogged off some old assets and raised £1.9m, is to return with a greater sum. By turning up will they qualify for some end of season pay out or appearance fee that Marussia miss out on? Anything above £10m and it will all have been worthwhile. If they come back empty handed having blown a couple of million on this junket though, what was the point?


November 15, 2014 3:25 PM

MotoGP » Moto3: Vazquez returns with Kiefer Racing

@vilas46 It may be difficult to absorb facts, but my figures are not created in my head, they are the figures recorded at the track by the official timers. One bike may look faster but the speed gun does not lie. The biggest speed boost is by slipstreaming. Vasquez and McPhee are two of the smallest riders and slipstream particularly well, gaining anything up to 10kph. Put them on a KTM and the same thing would happen.. The Honda was a little faster, but not massively so and this is reflected in the results overall. Of the top 10 riders - 5 on KTM, 4 on Honda, 1 on Mahindra. I did watch the races and did see Efren win, but only twice out of 18 races.


November 15, 2014 1:40 PM

MotoGP » Moto3: Vazquez returns with Kiefer Racing

NineTimes: That massive soeed advantage of the Honda last season couldn't do him any good. Machine cannot fill talent gap!
What massive speed advantage? While a Honda did achieve top speed in 14 out of 18 meetings, only twice was the advantage more than 4kph (Indy and Valencia) and was less than 2kph in 7 meetings.. The average difference over the season was 1.4kph or less than 1mph. Figures courtesy of official timing. Less than 1mph is not exactly 'massive', is it? Any perceived 'massive' speed advantage is likely to be down to a rider slipstreaming better. Vasquez and McPhee being good examples.


November 15, 2014 12:22 PM

F1 » Racing in Abu Dhabi 'crucial' for Caterham F1

The statutory duties of an administrator are 1. to rescue the company as a going concern 2. if 1 is not possible, to increase the amount available for creditors compared to immediate winding up. 3 if 2 is not possible, to dispose of the assets and distribute the spoils amongst the creditors The administrator cannot prefer a particular creditor because they were appointed by that creditor and the primary creditor is always HMRC. This is an attempt at number 2.


November 15, 2014 1:03 PM

MotoGP » Jack Miller: MotoGP 'like sex with pants on!'

percyanethel: I just signed up on the Motogp website, basic video pass till next November 2015, for £78.00 ( works out £6.50 per month over year ) Better than BTsport. Watch all races back to 1970's 80's etc. ready for next season Yeehaaa
I can only find a deal for basic video at 12.49€ a month up till March 2015 when it increases to 24.95€. - 249.56€ for the year. Multi screen is 349.56€ up to Nov 2015 Am I missing something?

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