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September 01, 2014 1:04 PM

MotoGP » Cracked rim halts Smith home charge

Insidejob: Well that explains things doesn't it? The commentator on said, "It's bad news for Bradley fans he has been off the track." Well I'm not a fan of any particular rider but I am a fan of correct reporting.
Be grateful you don't get the BT sport commentary then. Ryder/Huewin are always getting names wrong, especially in the lower classes.


September 01, 2014 1:12 AM

MotoGP » Marquez unapologetic over 'aggressive' Lorenzo pass

Td10092: Classic Marc move - seen before in Moto2 Just wish the 'playing field was more level (money + equipment) There should be more true racing... than 4 or 5 guys with 'special advantage' My thought: bring back the formula that saved GP racing in the late 60's - early 70's... Cut the costs for everyone... put together big fields... bring back the spectators... Thoughts?
Congratulations! You have invented moto2 and moto3 :)


September 01, 2014 11:18 PM

MotoGP » Marquez unapologetic over 'aggressive' Lorenzo pass

TalentFan: The hard bit is NOT turning your hand 90 degrees. If you'd ever experienced a power slide you'd know that closing the throttle fully is THE way to ensure you'd get pinged to the moon. It needs to be backed off just enough to control the slide and bring it gently back into line. And electronics processes faster and with the right amount faster and more consistently than humans. Also, the rare highsides we get now are off a closed throttle, not on the power.
If the electronics are as clever as you think, nobody would ever fall off unless they were hit. But they're not. It still requires skill to control the machine. When F1 had TC, cars still spun. MGP still has high sides. Moto2 has high sides - and they have no TC at all. But you have to keep going about conspiracies over and over again having been disproved over and over again.


September 01, 2014 11:02 PM

F1 » Hamilton: It’s far from over

richard: 35. what has that got to do with it? in sennas day you couldnt stop in the race and run back to another car. mind you, in the 50s and before, you could in fact stop your car and take over your teammates car. do you think that others running at the back, such as m4xie should ask to park his car because he was outside the points, or wanted to save an engine?
Vettel was pulled over this year as well to save an engine. Correct? Or does it only count when Lewis does it.
Wasn't Vettel instructed by the team to pull over? Lulu asked to retire. I think there's a difference there.

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