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September 12, 2014 9:19 AM

MotoGP » Smith: Ducati will keep us on our toes

A typical race weekend for Bradley Smith Thursday: Explain how you've learnt at lot from the last race and how you expect to be pushing for fifth place where the bike 'deserves' to be. Friday-Saturday Practice: Have one good practice result (maybe using a softer tyre) and two very average mid-pack finishes and a couple of highsides. Focus on the one good result saying you're confident of pushing the front guys. Qualifying: Finish 8th. Make sure rookie team-mate beats you. Race: Decent start but fade away to be further away from the leaders than ever before. Be the last Yamaha finisher and be beaten by all the ducatis (except Crutchlow) and maybe a open class rider. Post-race: Make some excuse. Blame bad luck. Then make a totally false claim that your times were good enough to finish in the top 4 if it were not for that bad luck Rinse and repeat


September 08, 2014 7:00 PM

F1 » Horner: Ricciardo's overtaking 'up there with the best'

ThePaddock1: ricciardo seems to be out performing vettel almost every race which is unbelievable being as vettel has just come off a four year winning streak, the move he pulled off on vettel was 10/10 throwing the car across the track like that at nearly 200mph, this guy could become a great his got the right attitude and skills!
He could throw his car around becuse his tyres were fresher. Vettell was the 1st person in, i suspect this was done so that Ricciardo had a better chance of finishing higher up the field, as he has plenty more points than Vettel. Why did Vettel come in so early? why did the others behind follow him like sheep?. all it did was mess their race up and gave Ricciardo a chance to overtake them.
Blame the tyres. Always a good excuse. Ignore the fact they had the same tyres available.

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