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November 03, 2015 6:33 PM

MotoGP » Smith seeking ‘super’ sixth in championship

Rayzerp2: Great consistent performances this year totally dominating his factory supported teammate. Solid consistent results all year but I struggle to remember one occasion where he showed any glimpse of the raw pace needed to be a front runner. Can't see him ever winning a Moto gp race on pure pace but a safe pair of hands for 6th place....if that floats your boat
Bradley's bike is nowhere near the spec as the works M1s and has had no development all season (it's the bike Yamaha finished 2014 with). Despite this, he still finishes 4th at the last GP in the dry, with only a Repsol Honda and both works M1s ahead of him and you still doubt his pace? Just watch how fast Bradley will be on the 2015 M1 in the post Valencia test...mark my words.


September 21, 2015 7:54 PM
Last Edited 225 days ago

F1 » Button poised to announce F1 exit in Japan?

Listening to Jenson's interview with Paul Di Resta on Sky and reading between the lines, he did indeed sound like he'd had enough of pedalling a car and risking his life for low points finishes at best and battling the Marussias at worst. He obviously still loves driving and he's still competative. But, with all the best will in the world, Mclaren and Honda aren't going to produce a winning car next year and when you've been in F1 for 16 years and accomplished everything you ever dreamed of, you have to ask yourself, what's the point? I think the tragic passing away of his father has made him grow up and re-assess what really matters in the grand scheme of things. He's married Jessica, but they still don't even live together because of their busy schedules. Jenson has clearly said that he will never have children while he's an F1 driver and they're not getting any younger. As much as it pains me to admit, Jenson retiring from F1 makes sense.


September 01, 2015 5:21 PM

MotoGP » Petrucci, Redding to push each other at Pramac

Abefan: If you look at that over his four years in the class, and compare it percentage wise to what pol and MM achieved, you will get what I mean. My point being that his fans on here seem to think he was their equal. I don't think he was/is. Just my opinion, but I reckon the figures would back my argument. I'm not boring enough to trawl through the figures to prove/disprove it.
So, you choose to be ignorant instead and spout off stuff which is factually incorrect. Why say stuff, when you clearly don't even know if it's true or not? Redding did a great job in Moto2, considering he weighed 20kg more than the likes of Pol and Marc when every bike only has a Honda CBR600 engine. Also, due to his size, he didn't fit the Suter and when he swapped to the larger Kalex, he took on the much lighter Pol toe-to-toe and should have beaten him, if not for his wrist injury.

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