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October 23, 2014 3:50 AM

MotoGP » Double winner Rossi ready for ‘great fight’

Ausrossi: As stated we are talking about a 35 year old. And if Yam had reached the potential they are showing now at seasons start it could have been even more interesting as we can that MM under consistent pressue isn't the demigod many thought. I want Vale to beat JLo to second a) because I am a Vale fan but also b) it will really stir JLo up given the whole no2 rider thing also we don't have to watch the black mamba crap anymore.
The ONLY person to really defeat MM at all this season, has been MM. I wouldn't say it's "consistent pressure" either, if at all. He just tries way too hard sometimes, and he really doesn't have to! As for VR, I'd love to see him 'try' WSBK.


October 20, 2014 8:34 AM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi wins dramatic Australian MotoGP

PR: There was too much luck involved for my taste in this race. I was hoping for a proper fight between VR, JL and DP, but one was stuck and killed in traffic, the other one dropped like a fly... and the lottery went to VR. Aside from some falls, accidents and CC's kamikaze charge, pretty boring stuff in terms of actual racing...
Agreed, quite a boring race actually. Turned it off half way through. Very lucky for VR to get the win, didn't really earn it, but that is how it goes, he will take what he can get and a win is a win. Disappointed for CC, DP. JL, did you really expect the super-soft to last, pick the harder tyre unless it is snowing! Not disappointed for MM, needs to start being more mature, right now.


October 20, 2014 10:36 AM
Last Edited 65 days ago

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi wins dramatic Australian MotoGP

Giveway: Very lucky for VR to get the win, didn't really earn it, but that is how it goes, he will take what he can get and a win is a win.
A typical bulls**t comment I expect to see after Rossi wins. Get over yourself.
I'm sorry, who are you? Can't handle another opinion, grow up quick-smart.
SasquatchBob: Some people on here are saying Rossi only won because others made bad tyre choices, fell off etc
That is precisely the reason why he won, would he have won otherwise? No. As you said, he won. Not really "well deserved", however he won, he won nonetheless.


October 17, 2014 12:16 PM

MotoGP » Casey Stoner to test 2015 Honda, Michelins

mrfill: That is hardly a 'winter of testing'. It is very kind of Honda to allow Casey to play with their new toy but I doubt they will get much meaningful data. The bike is surely being prepared for their active double world champion, who will be testing it himself, not for a rider who has had almost zero track time in the last 2 years.
To understand testing yourself, Mrfill, you need to understand "why" Stoner is testing the bike. It has nothing to do with preparing it for Marc or Pedro, it's about preparing the bike for a track, not a rider.


October 06, 2014 4:24 AM

WSBK » Melandri: Win in race two is fair compensation

I for one am glad Mel "stole" the win... He WAS the best in both races and deserved BOTH race wins. He did gift the 1st race win to Gint, that should be enough. A Champion 'must/should' earn their title, and being gifted wins is not the way to win a 'title', hollow at that. Whilst he isn't doing the team any favors, one must protect ones own career, and winning is the best way to do it.


October 06, 2014 4:07 AM
Last Edited 79 days ago

F1 » Vettel: Podium return doesn’t really matter

Man, those 3 DNF's did a number on Lewis too,eh! Same count as Vettel! Out of the 15 races, his worst finish this season is 7th. Three times he has started outside the top 10. 4 podiums... 0 wins... 3 front-row starts. Compare that to Ricciardo, whos 1 DNF and 1 DSQ add to 2 "DNF". Worst finish is 8th, worst start being 13th, the rest have been inside the 10. 7 podiums... 3 wins... 2 front-row starts. Vettel's season has by no means at all, been ruined by 3 DNF's... So far, his inconsistent quali performance, inconsistent race pace, inconsistent strategy, driver errors, inconsistent tyre management, and so-on are to blame. Look at Lewis and Nico, Lewis had more DNF's than nico, but better more consistent performance, and 50% MORE race wins than Nico... Yet only marginally leading the championship, he should by all accounts have a much larger margin than he does.


October 05, 2014 10:18 AM
Last Edited 80 days ago

F1 » Japanese Grand Prix – Race results

Ricciardo was 3rd when the red flag was brought out on lap 47/48, however, FIA decided to do a 3/4 lap count-back to lap 43/44 (instead of the usual 1 lap 45/46), at which point Vettel was still in 3rd I think, not 100% sure. Added, the live timing figures don't add up with the actual times on lap 44/45...

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