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Jon464646

May 30, 2014 11:16 PM

F1 » Hamilton: Rosberg and I friends again


I'm Sorry I've had enough. Tredding on egg-shells attitude is BS. In this modern era sponsors and the money dictate what the drivers can and can't say. (Bad in my opinion) Lets just have a free for all, let people say what they think, lets get some grudges fuelled and going! Real hatred and contempt for one and other. Its not going to hurt to have a grid where 4,5 or 6 drivers have openly expressed their dislike of a fellow racing driver. Come on guys, put your hand into your crotch and see if you have a pair of balls? F1 can learn a hell of a lot form the battles in Moto GP. Rossi v Stoner, Lorenzo v Pedrosa, Doohan v Gardner, Schwantz v Rainey etc etc they are like the old days of Mansell v Piquet, Senna v Prost. Come on grow a pair guys we will all benefit :)

Jon464646

May 05, 2014 5:03 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Marquez could spend his career at Honda


Marc Marquez could stay at Honda all his racing life thats for sure. Why change? He is on the best bike with the best budget and best back-up. Only reason I can see him jumping ship is for a new and fresh motivation, or like in Rossi's case, he no longer feels valued. The kid is a freak, not an alien as suggested by Jezza and Toby on Eurosport / BT Sport, he is a super alien!! So quick, so intelligent and yet still so young. We are witnessing history people, so enjoy each race he is on :) On a side note: Comparison to Rossi. We can't say yet who is better until Marc has been in the sport for the same length of time. If 12-13 years from now (2026) Marquez is still in the premiere class fighting for podiums, then he can be held in the same regard as VR46. I can see Marc doing it, but Lorenzo won't nor will anyone else :)

Jon464646

May 05, 2014 6:28 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Marquez could spend his career at Honda


Guna4699: @Jon464646 Not many riders get measured up against Rossi,, So Marc needs to pull up his socks and get ready... Jump ship and continue to dominate,, or don't care about being called a rider better than Rossi... Because Rossi has firmly set a bench mark... Surpass his important benchmarks and claim what is rightfully your's... If he retires as an Honda legend people will ask,, What if marc tried an inferior machine with little less budget and back up? "YES HE HAD THE POTENTIAL" "YES HE DID THAT" Both has different meaning...
I appreciate your comments as a fellow bike racing fan. But I dont think you understood what I typed. Rossi IS the benchmark, Marquez is the current top dog. Over his career Rossi has beaten many, and reinvented himself to be the No 1. Marc is the current top dog and rightfully so. He is awesome. Let time and history decide who is the greatest......... I don't really care, I have watched both riders and I have witnessed his

Jon464646

March 22, 2014 9:04 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Open class has too much advantage


Well qualifying is over now. Top 3 places filled with 1 factory and 2 satelite bikes. Im quite suprised given the pre-season tests and #41 performance in the practise sessions. Its a shame he binned it twice when it really mattered, he would of been right in the hunt for pole position :( This season has a feel of hare and tortoise. Open class is quick and fast, with soft tyres which may not last race distance. Factory / satelite are slightly slower, with less fuel and harder tyre options. Will be interesting to see how it plays out. May the best rider / bike win :)

Jon464646

March 21, 2014 9:43 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Espargaro is the race favourite in Qatar


I agree with DrBilly. Its good that regulation changes have mixed up the field, but this is looking a little silly. A factory bike should win every race, or at the very least in contention. I'm not taking anything away from Alexis, he has rode well at Qatar, and all events in 2013 on the CRT. Infact I think the lad is possibly the standout rider over the last 18 months. And that includes Marc Marquez :)

Jon464646

March 20, 2014 10:12 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: It feels like no traction control


@ TalentFan - Playstation generation Im afraid :( If I was head of Dorna / FIM /FIA there would be no aids at all. Period, Full Stop. Let the rider / driver be in full control. I find it mad that kids go through the junior ranks (on bikes and in cars) learning throttle control, polar moments, left foot braking, candense braking, reverse steering and all manner of other techniques. Only for them to get to the higher reaches of the sport, and find that they need a masters degree in computer tech to work the bloody machines!! Some of the best racing Ive seen has been old cars and bikes. Why? Because the operator was in full control and not a computer...rant over.

Jon464646

March 20, 2014 11:09 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: It feels like no traction control


MotoJimp:
Jon464646: @ TalentFan - Playstation generation Im afraid :( If I was head of Dorna / FIM /FIA there would be no aids at all. Period, Full Stop. Let the rider / driver be in full control. I find it mad that kids go through the junior ranks (on bikes and in cars) learning throttle control, polar moments, left foot braking, candense braking, reverse steering and all manner of other techniques. Only for them to get to the higher reaches of the sport, and find that they need a masters degree in computer tech to work the bloody machines!! Some of the best racing Ive seen has been old cars and bikes. Why? Because the operator was in full control and not a computer...rant over.
You do realise they could be ridden without TC....unless the bikes had waaaay less power. It's got to a stage where they need at least some TC
I understand what you are saying. But electronics are taking over too much. The old 500cc machines had slightly


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