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DennisKwok

August 25, 2014 1:05 AM

F1 » Magnussen hit with post-race penalty


I really don't understand how some of you are saying that his penalty was harsh. Magnussen put a fellow driver on the grass at 200mph along a straight when they were side by side. This is simply not acceptable. Not only does it endanger the drivers, but also trackside marshalls and spectators. I agree that similar moves have been gone unpunished in the past, which is why I'm glad to see the stewards finally having the balls to do something about it and draw a line in the sand.

DennisKwok

August 16, 2014 3:43 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP Czech Republic - Full Qualifying Results


The soft tyre flatters the understeer of the Ducati as the riders are able to drive the bike harder from mid-corner to the exits and steer the bike from the rear. The problem comes in the race, where this style destroys the tyre after half a dozen laps. If the race is dry, the Ducati's will fade away. However, if the race is wet, the Ducati's will be very, very competative and the race will be open. Great result from Bradley too, now that his future has been decided.

DennisKwok

August 15, 2014 11:56 AM

MotoGP » Bradley Smith staying at Tech 3 Yamaha


I'm a Bradley fan and believe that he's capable of podium rides given equal machinery. But even I have to admit that he's fortunate to hold onto his seat at Tech 3 and has been guilty of over-riding too often. His high-side at Indy was a perfect example, he went for a third hot lap when he knew that the tyre was only good for two. I hope that he'll be able to relax into the second half of the season and show us what I know he's capable of. Historically, he's shown he's at his best when he's able to relax and just concentrate on going fast.

DennisKwok

August 09, 2014 3:21 PM
Last Edited 19 days ago

MotoGP » Cal Crutchlow talks Ducati U-turn


Not sure why so many of you are being so hard on Cal for going to Ducati in the first place. At the end of 2013, he had nowhere else to go. With his riding style, he was always going to be onto a loser with the GP14 which just refuses to turn mid-corner, exactly the same as it's predecessors. The honourable thing to do, would have been to stay with Ducati, but the switch to LCR is the right move for Cal. He'll be guarranteed competative machinery only one race behind Repsol Honda in specification, whereas Ducati's 2015 bike is a complete unknown. Another season like this one and Cal's MotoGP career would have been finished. What is unclear, is if his crew chief Romanoni will be going with him. I doubt it.

DennisKwok

June 23, 2014 9:15 PM

F1 » Smedley admits ‘slight twinge of disappointment’


I really didn't understand Williams' strategy during the race. They waited for the Mercs to pit and then came in the lap after, therefore giving the former the opportunity to undercut them, which they duly did. Why they didn't pit a lap or two earlier, to put pressure on the Mercs (who were behind at the time), is beyond me. Williams pretty much rolled over on their bellies.

DennisKwok

May 23, 2014 9:11 PM
Last Edited 95 days ago

F1 » Hamilton: My hunger is different to Rosberg’s


Sudd: And he delivered every stage along the way. Don't act like they just handed him drives and championships. I see you have a hard time accepting the fact that some are privileged. Accept the facts. Athletes with a chip on their shoulders rain supreme. Something trust fund babies can never understand.
Yes, he did deliver. But it was made a lot easier for him than someone who has had to struggle along on a shoestring and come up through the ranks, paying their dues the hard way. I don't have a problem accepting that some people are privileged, but I do have a problem when that somebody says they've had it hard, when relative to others, they've had it much, much easier. Senna was born into wealth and you couldn't accuse him of not being hungry enough. Also, I don't see much evidence of potato-based food on the shoulders of people like Valentino Rossi or Usain Bolt. You don't need to be a **** to be a champion.


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