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August 24, 2014 4:46 PM

F1 » Ricciardo wins after Mercedes pair clash


107SS2009: "A driving line door cannot be closed by the car in front when another car's front wing is level with the rear wheels", when Lulu closed the door on his team mate his team mate's front wing was level with Lulu himself (past the rear wheels).
Where is this written in the rule book? I've seen it happen countless times with no contact... It is the passing drivers responsability to make a clean pass, if he can see its not going to happen, you pull out of the "move", which in this case, was never going to happen. Rosberg had not passed for position, which of course, gives Hamilton preference to the line, inherently, as he is infront, they weren't side-by-side by any means. 100% Rosberg this time. Cant help but remember Monaco qualifying now...

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July 15, 2014 3:01 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: Strategy was to copy Dani and Valentino


Also, the 7 Championship crown worn by Casey Stoner, Valentino Rossi, Jorge Lorenzo and Marc Marquez, between years 2007 to 2013, appear like this. From most dominant champion to least dominant. Wins, Podiums, Poles, Fastest Laps and Points with a "=talent score". 1st Casey Stoner, 2011 - 1.70/1.06/1.41/2.42/0.048=6.638 2nd Marc Marquez, 2013 - 3.00/1.12/2.00/1.63/0.053=7.803 3rd Valentino Rossi, 2009 - 2.83/1.30/2.42/2.83/0.055=9.435 4th Casey Stoner, 2007 - 1.80/1.28/3.60/3.00/0.049=9.729 5th Jorge Lorenzo, 2010 - 2.00/1.12/2.57/4.50/0.046=10.236 6th Jorge Lorenzo, 2012 - 3.00/1.12/2.57/3.60/0.051=10.341 7th Valentino Rossi, 2008 - 2.00/1.12/9.00/3.60/0.048=15.768 Example of how to read it, Marc won 1 of every 3 (3.00) races in 2013. Rossi got only 2 poles in 18 races in 2008 (9.00). Stoner was on the podium in all but 1 of the 17 races in 2011 (1.06), almost a perfect score of 1.00.

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July 15, 2014 1:29 PM
Last Edited 68 days ago

MotoGP » Marquez: Strategy was to copy Dani and Valentino


27-1st-Marquez 1.80/1.08/1.68/1.50/0.048=6.108 115-2nd-Stoner 3.02/1.66/2.90/3.96/0.063=11.603 85-3rd-Lorenzo 3.69/1.41/3.40/5.31/0.058=13.868 116-4th-Pedrosa 5.27/1.63/4.83/3.31/0.067=15.107 119-5th-Rossi 4.57/1.91/6.20/5.41/0.069=18.159 I understand the numbers are hard to understand, they are basically how many GP's on average they would win each category, for example, Marc has won every 1.80 GP's in his career thus far. Stoner was on the podium every 1.66 GP he entered. Now compare Marquez' first 27 races in MotoGP with Rossi's first 27 races in "MotoGP" below! (2002-2003) Rossi 1.68/1.03/2.07/1.68/0.045=6.505 What do these number mean? Marc is a little better than Valentino during the same times in their respective careers based on pure results. Nothing else considered.

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July 15, 2014 1:29 PM
Last Edited 68 days ago

MotoGP » Marquez: Strategy was to copy Dani and Valentino


Marc is an exceptional talent. I have some 'average' stats below. Of course comparison isn't really the intention here, as the average is based on a total amount of started GP's season '06 to '12, hence the numbers are off for Marquez (2013) and Lorenzo (2008). This is mainly in aid of a previous argument. Wins, Podiums, Poles, Fastest Laps and seasonal points tally, averaged by the riders total number of started GP's per season spanning 2006 to 2012. I have added Marc's averages in so far for his entire MotoGP career. The first number is how many GP's the rider entered during seasons '06-'12, with the exception of Marquez. The lower the numbers, the better the average, the more often they succeed in each category. How often the rider succeeds in each category average. Wins, Podiums, Poles, Fastest Laps and High points finishing position = a total talent/performance number for results in the specified time period. Lower the better. Cont.

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July 11, 2014 11:43 PM

F1 » POLL: Do you like the 18-inch tyres?


Jim Clausen: I believe all high performance road cars have at least 17 inch tires. It's past time for F1 to make the change. F1 is supposedly about innovation, not maintaining the status quo.
High-Performance road cars which are totally uncomparable to F1 do not need the grip of F1 and these are cars that do need the grip! Hence the worry of performance loss in F1. We can look forward to more understeer and more tyre screeching not to mention pirellis lack-luster knitting process, we can expect tyres to last less distance than now, unless they can come up with rock hard slippers? Yay.


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