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June 10, 2014 8:36 AM

F1 » Perez hits back at Smedley

I think the facts are that the driving line was on the right and Massa expected Perez to move to the right for the corner. However, he moved left while Massa was lining up the inside pass. Perez should have moved to the centre of the track earlier if he wanted to defend against an inside move. He left it too late and collected Massa. I really don't see what the controversy is.


June 11, 2014 8:39 AM
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F1 » Massa insists win was possible

To those who still think Massa was to blame for the crash I suggest that you look at the frame by frame overhead view that Scarbs put together. It clearly shows that Perez moved across onto Massa's line on the right hand curve. You can see it here at: i dot imgur dot com slash WRTu05L dot jpg


June 03, 2014 8:30 AM

F1 » Wolff: Drivers must ‘fight for every little advantage’

Just passing by and thought I'd check in on how the Tai and Taz are going keeping certain "fanboys" in line. On topic, I guess the only way to make this year seem interesting is promote the "rivalry" between Hamilton and Rosberg. To finish off the season and keep everyone on the edge of their seats one will have to go into the final race leading but not enough to be safe from the double points finale.


May 22, 2014 11:56 AM

F1 » Montezemolo: Alonso ‘the best driver in the world’

Alonso is a very good driver but I would hesitate calling him the best in the world. He has very good racecraft and thinks his way through adverse circumstances to achieve a good result. It is obvious that Luca is worried about losing Alonso to another team for him to make such a public declaration. He could have just sat down with Alonso and talked through whatever is bothering him.


May 17, 2014 1:24 AM

MotoGP » 'Lot of problems' for unhappy Rossi

Yamaha and Honda have gone different development routes. The Honda is designed to slide the rear into corners and pick it up early and therefore doesn't need such a high lean angle. Yamaha designed the bike to smoothly carry speed through corners and therefore need a bit more lean angle. This is the reason the Yamaha suffers from edge grip problems and is harder to set up from track to track as the corners vary so much. The Honda approach isn't affected as much by the different corners.

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