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mrfill

August 28, 2015 12:41 AM

F1 » Max Chilton reveals Haas F1 talks


richard:
Tomco: Come on now. Is he really that bad ? Finished almost every race albeit at the back. Until hes put in a competitive car its hard to judge him. Lets face it if your daddy came up with the money to get you an F1 drive, you wouldnt turn it down, would you ?
oh come on! if he was even a bit of a good driver he would have been on someones list. and coupled with dads money, he would have been ahead of some of the current drivers. but what does that tell you? money is just not the only criteria for a drive.
Richard, I never had you down as an admirer of Maldonado :)

mrfill

August 28, 2015 5:30 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP Silverstone - Free Practice (1) Results


samas: Thank God for tv coverage and the net. I remember paying 10 bob for enterance fee for myself and my car the UGP it was I think 7 and 6 pence for a bike. Me and a few mates would go up the night before pick the best spot to park bring our own food and drink have a great p*ss up and grab the best viewing spot before the crowd arrived and if I could get the car close to the road I'd sit on the roof of the car. Ah yes those were the good old days.
...back in the days when you could buy a Triumph Bonneville, insure and tax it and still get change out of a fiver... :)

mrfill

August 28, 2015 12:40 AM

MotoGP » Marquez ‘changing riding style’ as he works towards 2016


SendingOutOfSpace: CS talked about the riding style between mm and him and CS said I still think each rider has their own style, so his is something again. But I suppose if you were going to categorize it, it would be more similar to mine than maybe some other riders'. He's very happy to slide the bike around and let it move, mainly into the corners more than out. And I was always happy to slide it more out of corners than in. it seems mm wants to copy cs style
That is exactly what Stoner DIDN'T say. Each rider has their own style he said. Stoner wasn't the first rider to 'slide the bike around and let it move' and he won't be the last. You do realise there is more than one way to ride a motor bike I hope. I am assuming you do know what a motor bike is though.

mrfill

August 28, 2015 12:57 AM

F1 » Red Bull waiting on Renault for answers


107SS2009: Last year Renault and Mercedes have started a joint venture collaboration on road cars involving a spend of five hundred million each, In my opinion Mercedes are most unlikely to upset Renault by supplying engines to RBR unless Renault gives them the green light.
MB are spending about 500m€ a year on their F1 team alone from a revenue of 140bn. Renault's revenue is around 40bn so they are very much the junior partner and will do as they're told!!!


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