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Honeybadger

August 27, 2015 2:12 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: Consistency is key for MotoGP career


Yearby23:
Honeybadger: Consistency? Cal sure is that when it comes to crashing out of races. Another wasted seat for 2016 that would be better filled by the likes of Danny Kent. I was a big Crutchlow fan but his MotoGP has delivered little and come with too many lame excuses. He might do well in WSBK but he's not an elite level rider sadly. Time for a reality check Cal.
Are you kidding? Please tell me you're not one of these people who reckon Reddings more deserving of his seat? Out of the 4 satellite bikes Smith and Cal are doing a better job than the much higher hyped and praises Pol and Redding.... As for Danny Kent. I agree, he's doing an incredible job but lets not get hasty and throw him on a big bike, it doesn't always work out well... To be fair to Cal the Honda isn't having the best season but he's doing a better job than Bradl or Bautista would've done, and they didn't have Ducati's to deal with at the sharper end like he does, with their extra fuel and rules
Correct - I think Scott is also out of his depth and not delivering. I'd have a little more respect for Cal if he would admit his mistakes rather than the string of lame excuses we've had through the first half of the season. Bradley is showing us all what talent he has - very quietly and with no fuss.

Honeybadger

August 23, 2015 10:32 AM

F1 » The new F1 starting regulations explained


Wow! The 'best' drivers in the world have now been given the challenge of finding a clutch bite point. 17 year olds all over the country will be relieved they can pull away from a junction just like an F1 'star'. The desperation to make this dull fiasco of a sport is highlighted by ridiculous ideas like this. Remove the radios, get rid of KERS, ditch DRS, return to fuel stops and F1 MAY have a future.

Honeybadger

August 23, 2015 12:08 AM

F1 » Rosberg disappointed but not dismissing chances


mrfill:
richard: there are two things to remember. first of all, in sector 1, nico was faster. in sector 2, lulu was faster each time, and nico also was faster every time in sector 3, giving him an edge on lulu on all laps. however, nico had a mess up on his last lap, so he could well have been ahead of lulu. also, the second positon is the favoured one at spa!
One more thing to remember... "even quali is not a true indication of race pace" :)
One more thing to remember - BSB is on for those of you who'd actually like to watch some racing......

Honeybadger

August 23, 2015 12:09 AM

F1 » Rosberg disappointed but not dismissing chances


mrfill:
richard: there are two things to remember. first of all, in sector 1, nico was faster. in sector 2, lulu was faster each time, and nico also was faster every time in sector 3, giving him an edge on lulu on all laps. however, nico had a mess up on his last lap, so he could well have been ahead of lulu. also, the second positon is the favoured one at spa!
One more thing to remember... "even quali is not a true indication of race pace" :)
One more thing to remember - BSB is on for those of you who'd actually like to watch some racing......

Honeybadger

August 22, 2015 12:38 AM

F1 » McLaren land 55 grid position penalties


JACKBEE:
Tomco: Its noticeable by the number of comments left on any of the F1 topics. Far far fewer than even a couple of years ago - Unless of course the topic is Hamiltons latest set of earrings. F1 has become a boring joke and we dont even get full live coverage any more unless we pay for it. What a sad state of affairs.
Tomco....sadly, for F1, the decline of F1 posts (not just here on CRASH) is matched by the increase in posts for MotoGP.
Maybe because in MotoGP we actually see some racing, not the pit-controlled puppet-fest that F1 serves up & calls 'racing'..............

Honeybadger

August 22, 2015 12:36 AM

F1 » McLaren land 55 grid position penalties


JACKBEE:
Tomco: Its noticeable by the number of comments left on any of the F1 topics. Far far fewer than even a couple of years ago - Unless of course the topic is Hamiltons latest set of earrings. F1 has become a boring joke and we dont even get full live coverage any more unless we pay for it. What a sad state of affairs.
Tomco....sadly, for F1, the decline of F1 posts (not just here on CRASH) is matched by the increase in posts for MotoGP.

Honeybadger

July 05, 2015 3:30 PM

F1 » Hamilton beats Williams, rain in British GP thriller


Goodbye F1 - pole man wins again. Team mate is told to be a good little puppet & follow him until allowed 'plan B', rain briefly introduces a flicker of excitement allegedly, but canny instructions issued from the pits to the automaton behind the wheel restore the planned team orders. Happily this summary is compiled from a few seconds' scan of the headlines on the Internet as opposed to 2 hours of wasted life watching this dross.


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