Crash.Net User: Gilles

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October 14, 2014 7:02 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: Mistakes caused by too much confidence

@evolution, the usual, it's the bike, the Honda is better than the Yamaha. With the exception of Aragon, where Marc says it is one of his favourite circuits, please tell me which bike was the best? The Hondas have been struggling, everybody apart from you can see this. As for Australia, remember what happened last year? Marc will be desperate to make amends. Let's see what happens but I think you will be eating your words.


October 05, 2014 5:30 PM

F1 » Bianchi suffers 'severe head injury' in crash

Come on guys, there is a certain amount of hysteria going on here. They were racing on intermediates, not even full wets, so why was it too dangerous to race? The conditions were difficult but these are the challenges that everybody has to cope with, in all categories of Motorsport. If you look at the different types of Motorsport on today, do you cancel WSB or BSB just because it is raining? Of course not. As for blaming Honda... What a load of cods wallop that is.

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