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Metalguru

July 25, 2014 4:35 AM

F1 » Hamilton keen for Mercedes extension


George Zaidan: Sounds to me like Lewis has come to the conclusion that the grass isn't greener on the other side. A couple or so loses to Rosberg might just have him saying something else.
No. He has found the luuuuurve hopefully "shared equally"?????? Is that the Lulu/Nico bromance he is discussing? Does he really talk like this? Like a Haight Ashbury love child trapped in the tough corporate world of F1. Shoot his publicist?

Metalguru

July 24, 2014 12:59 PM

MotoGP » Moto3: Miller marks himself ‘five out of ten’


TRIFFID: Very well said AussieNSW,and very true,I am very proud to be an Aussie,not a bit of cultural cringe anywhere now,our representitives in all sports have usually done us proud,Miller is still a teen ffs and being a tad over the top is what a teen does,I love Stoner,so close to a true Aussie as we will ever get and finally getting the bites he LIKES..FISHING!!!,I hope Miller gets there too and for realdave...the very last line of a Henry Lawson poem."The Loaded Dog".."El-lo, Da-a-ve! How’s the fishin’ getting on, Da-a-ve?"........:)
And after winning WC on diverse machines, Stoner still has all his fingers and toes, and limbs free of metal pins. One of the greats, for sure.

Metalguru

July 11, 2014 5:17 AM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: 2016 ‘year zero’ for MotoGP


Brain:
tedleaf: have been a vr fan since he was a boy.still am. the changes to the rules and bikes may help vale,but i still am worried that the actual reason why he is 200/300ths slower than mark,dani etc is down to vale being heavier and taller than the others.its been cinsistent same gap since he returned to yam. but i have my fingers and toes crossed that with the vale magic will be enough to take care of gap and give him a slight advantage over the others,,
He was taller and heavier than Pedrosa and most other riders that he dominated for years. And he is not 2-3 100ths slower, he is 1to 2 10ths and sometimes 6-7 10ths depending on how much gap MM has to make up. lol. There is no mystery to this, and as hard as it is to believe to a die hard Rossi fan, a few of the guys are just faster than him now.
Yes, sure. But weight and extra height (drag) do play a role. I do marvel how the lighter riders manage their take offs. A pilli

Metalguru

July 07, 2014 9:37 AM

F1 » Hamilton takes home win as Rosberg retires


dickiebird: Hamilton was not, "closing in when Rosburg had gearbox issues".. His problems started on lap 21, and only then did Hamilton start eating into his lead. He was in complete control of the situation until a mechanical defect slowed him, ultimately causing his retirement. No way would Hamilton have beaten him straight up.
That's how I see it. But I lack imagination.


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