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December 23, 2015 5:41 AM

MotoGP » MotoGP Star of the Year vote: 1st


Luvtheracing: I hadn't considered if VR exceeded my expectations in 2015, but it's a valid question. I'd say he did admirably up until the Thursday before Sepang and I would have voted for him to be the MotoGP star of the year, except that I know now what happened in that race: i.imgur.com/OQbeswD.gifv //i.imgur.com/QGQrrgT.gifv i.imgur.com/tD7b6yQ.gifv . If not for ruining the high MotoGP was on after PI, I would have given him the nod. But as it stands, he ended up making me and a lot of other people turn away and instead throw our support behind JLo, who played fair, finished the last five races 1,3,2,2,1, proving he deserved the 2015 championship by peaking at the right moment and simply destroying the competition.
yes. JLo played fair /sarcasm

F1mate

November 25, 2015 5:48 AM

F1 » McLaren uses Abu Dhabi GP as early start on winter tests


theoldgitspeaks:
107SS2009:
theoldgitspeaks: The real problem is the powerplant and they won't be testing anything new on that front. and in addition the car is so slow I wonder if any of the aero updates can be that relevant when the car is several hundred horsepower down. All teams develop continuously so they are not really gaining anything much. The crunch will come at the start of next season when the new powerplant will or will not be competitive, no amount of development can make up for the power deficit they have run this season and that is not going to change.
“And that is not going to change” How come you are so sure?.
I was inferring to aero and other development not the powerplant,
nothing beats a "test session" on track compared to wind tunnels and road jigs


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