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mjgroves

February 23, 2014 9:49 AM

WSBK » Guintoli triumphs in truncated second race


RottenRonnie Clearly another example of someone who doesn't have a clue commenting on things they should be keeping quiet about! I would rather the organisers chuck a red out and call it a result after 66% distance than they botch trying to cover it and risk riders getting injured or worse, especially at a place like Phillip Island. "Fans" like you may want to see people get hurt, I want to see fast, hard racing, but as safe as possible. If you don't like what you watch, go find something else.

mjgroves

February 15, 2014 10:20 AM

F1 » Sochi circuit is '91% complete'


Seashack, if you won't watch the Russian GP because of 'corruption and abuse' then I suppose you won't watch races in: Bahrain, govt. killing it's own people China, basically used slave labour to build track and forcibly removed residents in the area to leave their homes Brazil, horrendous poverty and govt. corruption India (if it returns), as per Brazil Abu Dhabi, as per China just without the housing issue I suppose you won't be watching the Qatar World Cup, the Brazil World Cup. Sport should not be a tool for political statements, it should be a place where the best in the world compete for supremacy. Sadly money has taken too big a stake in it, let's not get politics more involved than it already is

mjgroves

February 15, 2014 10:21 AM

F1 » Sochi circuit is '91% complete'


Seashack, if you won't watch the Russian GP because of 'corruption and abuse' then I suppose you won't watch races in: Bahrain, govt. killing it's own people China, basically used slave labour to build track and forcibly removed residents in the area to leave their homes Brazil, horrendous poverty and govt. corruption India (if it returns), as per Brazil Abu Dhabi, as per China just without the housing issue I suppose you won't be watching the Qatar World Cup, the Brazil World Cup. Sport should not be a tool for political statements, it should be a place where the best in the world compete for supremacy. Sadly money has taken too big a stake in it, let's not get politics more involved than it already is

mjgroves

December 20, 2013 11:39 PM

F1 » Pirelli: Rosberg tyre won’t be used again


For Christs sake how many times, Pirelli are following an FIA directive to design a tyre that is MEANT TO DEGRADE quickly enough to provide "interesting" racing! So quick to slag Pirelli off yet it's the FIA who've asked them to do it! Don't hear anyone blaming Todt and co As for this incident, it happens in testing. Rather now than in front of the pack in a race


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