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Metalguru

September 23, 2014 1:40 PM

F1 » Wolff keen to avoid DNFs being title decider


Sasha Alexandrovich: Who is in charge of the Mercedes show? Because this is richly late isn't it? Wasn't it a priority after that fire that Hamilton had? Why now so keen that it won't be a title decider? Because the score is even, as various Mercedes people expressed as soon as possible? I am sorry for their drivers, but I so hope that the rest of this season both Mercedes cars have all kind of failures. What ****e management. And they represent the Mercedes brand. Someone in Stuttgart is pulling the last hairs out of his head.
F1 cars and road cars - same reliability issues. Its cultural.

Metalguru

September 23, 2014 7:47 AM

MotoGP » How big is too big for MotoGP?


eiiipo: I do not understand how anyone could not understand that height and weight matters. In all racing the goal is to get to the min. weight...I agree MOTOGP needs a combined rider and bike min...Otherwise you are limiting the talent pool of a "world" championship
Totally agree with you. Gee, Scott Redding is my weight. Amazing performance given the lighter weight of so many others.

Metalguru

September 21, 2014 3:45 PM

F1 » Hamilton takes F1 title lead as Rosberg retires


Darbo: its not over the one with the least reliability issues will be champ good drive by lewis after the safety car to pull the gap the merc seems miles ahead though on outright pace like they can turn the boost up to 11 2 red bulls on the podium looks ominous thought fernando was gonna take one in the last few laps but running on old tyres is never gonna help
Alonso No Fear Sorry No track Limits? Maybe SEAT will join F1 for his attempt at another WC


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