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September 20, 2015 11:01 PM

F1 » Ricciardo: Safety cars scuppered win hopes

Vettel did not have the pace of DR at the end of the first stint. In his own interview he says he went out too hard and that Danny was catching him at 0.4 per lap. Since the first pit stop was taken 4 or 5 laps earlier than they would have planned there was an excellent chance that DR could have undercut and taken the lead. Every single commentator said this. The overall long stint time of the Red Bull was faster than the Ferrari during practice. But they are all wrong. Once again the armchair experts on know more than them and DR. In the only season where they had the same cars DR absolutely thrashed Vettel so how dare he think he had a chance of beating him!


July 26, 2015 3:31 PM

MotoGP » Stoner, Honda talk Suzuka accident

The real racers commentating at the time picked up the throttle bouncing off the limiter immediately. They also picked up the fact he was squeezing the clutch for all it was worth. He jumps on a bike unfamiliar to him. Laps more than a second faster than the usual pilots. Was riding to a schedule and not pushing. All the experts I have listed to or read say it was a mechanical issue. Keyboard jockies on Crash say other wise. I know who I trust.


August 30, 2015 11:20 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: I wasn’t angry, just disappointed

And nobody else fell down in the conditions. Overrated? He qualified the fastest of the guys on the production Honda. He finished 100 points ahead of the next KTM in last years Moto3 championship. He was hand picked by experts who have far more knowledge of what makes a good rider than you. AS Barry Sheene used to say, it is easier to slow down a fast rider than to make a slower rider go fast.


July 27, 2015 3:37 AM

MotoGP » Stoner, Honda talk Suzuka accident

I have been following this sport for 53 years.I have never ever seen the sort of disrespect towards any rider as shown by some Crash readers toward Casey. If he gives honest feedback on the machine he is whinging whilst Rossi is providing excellent feedback. He comments on a dangerous move by Rossi and all of a sudden he can't handle the pressure? He passed Rossi just as much on the corners as the straight but it was only the power of the Duke that let him win the championship. He blames the team when he looses when in fact he never has, once, at all, ever. He retired because he was getting beaten when in fact he was winning easy when he announced his decision. He faked his sickness even though DeCosta as well as Australian doctors all confirmed his illness. He deserved to crash and break bones because he decided to retire after being overseas since the age of 16 and wanted a normal life with his new daughter? The real fans of the sport appreciate who he is and what he achieved.

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