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MrGlom

February 06, 2014 4:22 PM

MotoGP » Espargaro thrilled with sub two-minute lap


I don't think that this is the same FTR M1 as Colin's riding, it's more like Bradley's bike with a different fairing. The bike he was riding last season was also pretty special by ART standards being fully up to date and well set up. Having said that, he's getting the best because he's very good and the times he's getting at these tests put him on a par with Marquez.

MrGlom

February 05, 2014 8:25 AM

MotoGP » Sepang MotoGP test times - Wednesday 2pm


@Nick636 I really don't think that Stefan has shown enough speed to be desirable to Repsol Honda. The bike that Stefan's riding is pretty much the same as the factory ones but he never really threatens the front. Repsol have already got the fastest man so I guess if Dani's seat ever did become available then they'd go for a new hotshot. Aleix looks more like the kind of guy they'd sign. With the exception of Lorenzo, I don't think that there's anyone faster than Dani around at the moment though.

MrGlom

February 03, 2014 2:17 PM

F1 » Global TV audience ‘fell by 50 million’


The problem is that F1 cars are pretty much designed in such a way that they can't race. They need less aero and down force and more mechanical grip. In the past a driver could slipstream another and then jam it into the corner, but now a car can't get too close to another because their downforce will suffer and therefore they can't press the throttle. They'll also be difficult to drive in the corners because of that lack of downforce. Unfortunately, at the moment we've got a lot of young men who haven't been able to develop a character because they've bee hot housed into racing driving ridiculously expensive playstation cars. It's a real shame.


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