Crash.Net User: Martek

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January 30, 2016 6:47 PM

F1 » Berger: F1 could learn from MotoGP

Absolutely spot on. MotoGP will be even better this year, as riders will have less electronics due to the new ECU regulations. So exciting. :) It's not only the electronics in F1, they sound awful. I remember taking the kids to F1 and they were absolutely besides themselves as they heard the cars from as far away as the car park. Too see their faces as we watched from the trackside is something i will never forget. You wouldn't get that nowadays. 1.6 Turbo's with little revs, sound like a Mondeo going to the shops. Bring back normally aspirated V12's with high revs. :) :). And get rid of fuel saving and give them tyres that they can race on. Waste more fuel in transportation. We want racing not fuel saving!!


October 27, 2015 7:49 PM
Last Edited 103 days ago

MotoGP » Repsol slams Rossi for ‘unacceptable conduct’

Repsol are you nuts!!, what race were you watching, you should tackle your cry baby rider Marquez, he has already lost this years championship, but obviously cannot stand Rossi getting all the attention, so he breaks the cardinal rule and try's to make what is left of the Championship all about Marquez, Well Repsol just like Marquez you have it all wrong, go Rossi.


July 28, 2012 8:48 AM
Last Edited 1291 days ago

MotoGP » Stoner: We need to improve

@Warren If everything was perfect, like tyres lasting the race, power delivery, electronics, brakes, chassis, it wouldnt be much of a spectacle. If this was the case, then Rossi would be up front, we would have a spectacle of all the aliens battling again, and we would be listening to all Casey's moaning again!!!

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