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CalvinChowCK

May 28, 2015 7:17 AM

MotoGP » Rejuvenated Lorenzo 'feeling strong' for Mugello


All the best Jorge!! The last 2 rounds were just brilliant!! Definitely you're now much stronger! As you said, keep the momentum going. You've been doing great at Mugello all these years.. Now, the bike and you yourself are in great shape, guess, this year is a good time to put that combination into full use, leverage that combined power to the max possible. Again, this is racing... so, after you have done what you could, let's hope for the best, but also good to prepare for the worse.. we never know but you'll have a wonderful weekend!! Besides talent, it's glad to see that you attribute good results and enjoyment to the bike as well.. I think this mentality is important and this balance is definitely great, as achievement comes from the fundamental combination of these 2 elements... Lots of times I saw that the ability to handle an outcome reveals a great deal of the inner strength of a person. Sometimes it looks simple on the surface but in reality it's a great challenge. I'm le

CalvinChowCK

May 27, 2015 9:43 AM

F1 » Wolff: Hamilton said staying out 'not good'


I think this clarification is just fantastic!! From the report, I see... I don't see Lewis, Toto & the team intentionally created, foreseeing that pit in blunder. Neither were they careless, sloppy or irresponsible before action.. Lewis has a point of pitting in. But the team responded well too. Had the real time data were correct or accurately updated, I strongly believe Toto & the team wouldn't easily agree for Lewis pitting in... Neither will Lewis be so unrealistic of the team's decision.. From what has been said, I think Toto & the team has done a good job under that pressurizing situation! It's good they owned the mistake, rather than blaming.. Still they are competent to manage & support Lewis! Try make a critical decision within a sec on the balance of information on hand & gut feeling!!

CalvinChowCK

May 25, 2015 9:16 PM

F1 » Lauda upset with ‘unacceptable’ Mercedes mistake


Don't suppose the blunder was some kind of sabotage but as pointed out.. a wrong decision made. We know in racing these things happen from time to time. One obviously needs to constantly guard against being complacent. But was nice seeing how Lewis, Toto calmly handled the situation and disappointment. Good too that the team took responsibility for the blunder. All those acts require great strength! I also thought how both Toto & Lauda apologised to the team & all was something of great admiring! We don't often see bosses doing that nowadays. But they set a good example and I'm sure that gesture keeps the team's morale going and strong, which is important for the rest of the season.

CalvinChowCK

May 25, 2015 9:14 PM

F1 » Lauda upset with ‘unacceptable’ Mercedes mistake


Given what's happened, it's crucial the team stays intact, united. Lest the frustration can greatly affect the team's morale. Or worse case, rivals take advantage of the situation to undermine the team's strength and unity. It must have been a blow as Lewis and the team were doing fantastic job since Thursday. The pace all the while was awesome. Lewis manifested great relief and joy after qualifying as he finally broke the spell to claim the pole. And so the win was kind of expected. It was almost the case as he led the race confidently from start until the last few laps. So, one can empathize their feelings. The winner was fortunate but it's obvious who has been strong and having the pace since Thursday.. It's easy but really not the time to shift the blame around or get into fault finding but certainly a very good opportunity to look into the root cause of the issue and importantly to learn from it. Don't suppose the blunder was some kind of sabotage but as pointed out.. a wrong de

CalvinChowCK

April 07, 2015 11:46 AM

MotoGP » Honda decided against Stoner MotoGP return?


... Are we sure ppl want only result, else start trolling? Come on... The fans are not inhuman!! Dont conclude so soon.. We've changed, ppl changed. Casey's changed as well. Ppl may have missed him too. Like it or not, hate it or not, ppl talk abt him, comment abt him. No disrespect to Aoyama but do you have many riders being talked abt sensationally? We've moved on. Come on, be more positive! Moreover, it's just replacement or at best wild cards - No pressure whatsoever on him to ride. We are more delighted to see him back rather than the expectation seeing him to be at the front. Casey's also may not be the main focus of the race. Let's be more positive!! Please think of the sensation & publicities he'll create rather than the words attack.. :)

CalvinChowCK

April 07, 2015 11:44 AM

MotoGP » Honda decided against Stoner MotoGP return?


No disrespect but was that a fair assessment of Casey? Are there really more cons than pros? Please list them out. Can he really compare Casey with Troy? Think not quite an apple to apple comparison. As many put it, I also think new tracks should not be an issue for Casey. I believe he's rather adaptable. Mind you, he's only 29 & in for replacement!! Still recall how he pick up the RCV in 2011 and that year he won the championship for Honda? Doesn't need that long to get familiar with the machine. Were there really a lot of changes to RCV since then? But don’t underestimate Casey & his talent. 2011 & 12 GP seasons were by no means small fry. He's competed at high level racing before.. Also, talking abt bike preparation, I understood that prior his leaving, Casey was promised an RCV ride anytime he wishes to return. What's happened now? I think, let's get this right.. Will ppl really be expecting him to be quick instantly and battle at the front on his return? Are we sure ppl want only

CalvinChowCK

December 24, 2014 5:23 AM

MotoGP » MotoGP Star of the Year vote: 1st


Yes, I can't agree more he's been outstanding this season in many aspects.. I personally admire his never give up mentality and his humble mindset, humbly recognised the need to change, improve, adapt as necessary, not letting pride run into his improvement and progress.. Awesome reading the article from Crashnet about him some time back in November, 18 (pictured with his girlfriend?) entitled: "Valentino Rossi: You have to forget past MotoGP victories" I thought above article's mentality is utterly crucial for one's success and keep things exciting... What about his PR skill? ~ fantastic!!! :)


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