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October 15, 2014 1:52 AM

F1 » Alonso doesn’t expect to sit out 2015 F1 season

107SS2009: Ryanshek, For the sake of others (gullible) stop fooling yourself, selling Caterham? Who will sell Caterham? And who will by it to end up with more debts/overdues than it’s worth?. This is being called the “Caterham scam”, Kolles having installed his father who lives in Monaco tax haven as director on 9 July will be far from reachable from the arm of the British corporate jurisprudence, There will be no Caterham in 2015.
If they are to be liquidated, the administrators would be the ones who could accept an offer for the assets which would be used to defray some of the liabilities. That is their duty. The buyer would have a clean sheet. The debts would die with the dissolved company. The Caterham F1 name and entry are both assets (as the Lotus brand was) but whether the FIA would accept the new team under the same entry is unlikely and both items become almost worthless.


October 15, 2014 1:22 AM

MotoGP » Too little, too late from Pedrosa at Motegi

TalentFan: I think it probable that all the data solutions effort was diverted into MMs settings this week, at the expense of Dani. Honda really wanted MM tk be awarded the WC in their own Country & on their own track.
Seriously Talent Fan? I mean....really??? That's what you surmise from all of this? ....that there's some data solution conspiracy?
And don't forget there's a tyre conspiracy too. And a fuel conspiracy. And a nationality conspiracy. And a brakes conspiracy. And a Bourne conspiracy. And they're all plotted by the evil Dr Honda and his pal Senor Dorna and no-one has even noticed except for the escaped cynic. That's a cynic - someone who knows the cost of everything and the value of nothing.


October 15, 2014 1:32 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: Retaining title more difficult than it looked

notm4bs: Talentfan is just stating what we wish some riders would just come out and say. The bike made it easy for me. Yes at the end of the day someone must ride the bike but their job is made exponentially better if the equipment is damn near flawless. Marquez fans please stop saying that anyone who comments on or questions MM's dominance with regard to his bike is hating. Nobody is hating on Marquez its just that we all want closer competition and for the factories to be closer in their manufacturing specs as to not have any unfair advantages (well at least in a dream world). Its better for the sport as a whole as closer competition pushes productivity up for everyone.
This seems to ignore 2 salient points 1 - Marquez didn't win at Motegi (a Honda track) 2 - Pedrosa is on an identical bike


October 13, 2014 1:28 PM

F1 » F1 Russian Grand Prix - Race results

richard: i cannot understand the fuss about putin being there. he has as much right as anyone else to be present, well, maybe more right. i dont like what he is doing, but that is no reason to crticise him for attending a motor race.
In future years the Russian history books will tell us about the great man who won the F1 world championship, Indy 500 and Le Mans 24hr in the same year, so his presence is quite expected.


October 13, 2014 2:12 PM

MotoGP » Marquez success fuels hunger for 'more titles'

grantrd: The oval piston racing bike was a disaster, but it was awesome that they were willing to try it to compete against the two strokes....... The road bike (NR750) is an absolute work of art, I've seen one up close and studied the detail and craftsmanship on that bike.......For an engineering guy like me it is like porn. Its no wonder those bikes fetch around £100k now, I would give up limbs to own one......... Just wish Honda would build road bikes like that again, not sure what is happening with the road going v4 motogp bike they said they were going to build but looks like thats not going to happen now............
Didn't they take off the lights and indicators and call it the RCV1000? :)


October 13, 2014 9:33 AM
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MotoGP » Marquez success fuels hunger for 'more titles'

Codger: Samas....We are in danger of boring the younger ones on this site, talking about the old days. Even they can probably grasp the excitement generated when Honda unwrapped a 6cyl 250cc, or a 5 cylinder 125cc, Yamaha wheeling out a 4 cylinder 125cc 2stroke. There was even twin cylinder 50ccs (yes, fifty). We can only guess what the limit could have been. Imagine a doubled up 5cyl 125cc, giving a 10cyl 250cc. (it would have had a power band of around 500revs :) )
May I be permitted to remind you of the Honda engine with the oval pistons? 4 cylinders, 8 con-rods, 8 spark plugs. NSR750? About 1990 and there are some road version around. Effectively they created a v8 with 4 pistons... Didn't work that well but an amazing design

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