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DJfromTJ

March 23, 2014 6:10 AM

MotoGP » Aleix Espargaro explains qualifying 'disaster'


Not really surprised by Aleix having an epic choke. That goes to say how mentally strong are guys like Marquez and Lorenzo. If you analyze Aleix's last few races last season there is a clear indication of how negatively pressure affects this guy, also his fingernails tell what a nerve wreck he is. With that said it was really painful to watch, for once I was looking for a Cinderella story especially at the beginning of the season. Its only qualifying and he's shown impressive pace so no reason to really panic, points are awarded on Sundays so, he hasn't lost much, except a chance of winning a watch, can't wait for race time, its gonna be one of the best races of the season, even though overtaking is very difficult overtake at the Losail Circuit.

DJfromTJ

February 04, 2014 5:08 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo unsettled by electronics changes


All Yamaha riders not open class complained about 20 litters of fuel and how it had changed the bike, they are clearly behind the Hondas in that aspect and all looked worried, Lorenzo's confidence is not there, and looked visible upset. I was kinda hoping for a show down but again stupid rules handicap some while favors others. Honda looked worryingly fast, it might even be an early wrap up of the title for MM this year. :(

DJfromTJ

January 15, 2014 5:26 AM

MotoGP » MotoGP entry list updated, Camier at Ioda


I find it very sad that having a talent pool potentially as good as Spain's a lot of British riders are left scrambling for rides. The riders are there and so are the fans behind them, but unlike Spain, those riders lack support from either the government or big companies and that's why I said potentially. Hopefully with a global economic recovery not far in the horizon, many big UK companies will step up and support their countrymen. BTW nothing against Spanish riders they're fast and most of them are where they are by merit, but the support is there for them as well.

DJfromTJ

December 28, 2013 6:42 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP Star of the Year vote: 2nd


It is undeniable that Marquez rode a fantastic season and is a deserving champion, but he was not the best rider by a long shot, he just capitalized on other's misfortunes (Germany, Laguna, Brno) and had more luck than the entire field combined. Lorenzo rode an inferior machine for much of the season and squeezed every ounce of performance from the Yamaha while nursing the remaining last 2 engines from before mid season. Only after the introduction of the seamless gear box were bikes somehow equalized in performance and after that it was clear who the most complete rider was. There were performances that were impressive from both riders but Lorenzo had more(Qatar, Mugello, Montmelo, San Marino, Silverstone, JAPAN*** and Valencia) Marquez had less impressive wins facing full competition(Sorry but Cal,Vale and Bradl are not substitutes for Pedrosa and Lorenzo) and in Aragon Pedrosa looked in better shape before Marc took him out. All of these are facts as far as I know Is Marc a m

DJfromTJ

December 01, 2013 12:40 AM

F1 » Boullier: Maldonado will flourish at Lotus


I'm not gonna bash on Boullier, after all, my experience running an under budgeted F1 team is 0 same with 100% of crash.net expert commenters. Who knows, he might turn Maldonado into the next RG or the explosiveness of the 2 could really get that team near the top with new cars, new rules etc... Without a doubt Hulkenberg is a fast dude, but his timing is always off, he just jumps from team to team at a poor time, if he was driving a Sauber a couple of years ago, more than likely he would have gotten one of those once in a season odd wins. Maldonado as bad of a driver people labels him as, got a win and a couple of podiums in a decent not stellar Williams, Perhaps Boullier is a miracle worker, after all he got Kimi back on track and dealt brilliantly with his odd personality, and RG when from a crash dummy to a formidable driver, so give the man a chance.

DJfromTJ

December 01, 2013 12:40 AM

F1 » Boullier: Maldonado will flourish at Lotus


I'm not gonna bash on Boullier, after all, my experience running an under budgeted F1 team is 0 same with 100% of crash.net expert commenters. Who knows, he might turn Maldonado into the next RG or the explosiveness of the 2 could really get that team near the top with new cars, new rules etc... Without a doubt Hulkenberg is a fast dude, but his timing is always off, he just jumps from team to team at a poor time, if he was driving a Sauber a couple of years ago, more than likely he would have gotten one of those once in a season odd wins. Maldonado as bad of a driver people labels him as, got a win and a couple of podiums in a decent not stellar Williams, Perhaps Boullier is a miracle worker, after all he got Kimi back on track and dealt brilliantly with his odd personality, and RG when from a crash dummy to a formidable driver, so give the man a chance.


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