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October 06, 2015 7:47 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I will race without problems

Jon464646: Adrenalin will remove any pain for JLo and Rossi so its a level playing field in my eyes. May the best rider win, and provide a great end to yet another fantastic Moto GP season :)
@Jon, I agree with your second comment 100%. Whoever wins this title will have earned it, no question. I think adrenaline will carry through maybe the first half of the race, at which point neither it not a painkilling shot will be of any more assistance. Assuming that it's business as usual and JL qualifies ahead of VR, then opens a gap in the first part of the race, it's going to be fascinating to see how it plays out and whether pain/fatigue has any impact.


October 01, 2015 3:16 PM

F1 » F1 moves for louder cars in 2016

It may be about the racing, but the sound is part of that experience. I feel sorry for anyone who doesn't consider it so, as I suspect they probably missed the golden years of racing. I wasn't around in the Fifties or Sixties, but I've attended vintage events for years and it's not because of the racing. Unless you're at an event like Goodwood you're not going to see much of that, but in addition to the glorious shapes I go for the aural treat of engines conceived before concerns for noise abatement or emissions. I'll never forget being out front of my hotel in Elkhart Lake a few years ago, and clearly being able to hear--and identify--a Ferrari F1 car by the sound it made, echoing across the water from over a mile away. It made my spine tingle and it quickened my walk to the car so I could get to the track, I can assure you. The new cars sound like flatulence in a bathtub, and anything they can do to improve that is welcomed in my book.


September 14, 2014 10:46 PM

MotoGP » Scott Redding to Marc VDS Honda

I know this is a Brit-centric site, and I'm all for a little jingoism, but I really don't see it in Redding. I'm really not trying to start a war here, but to me he hasn't done anything particularly wonderful this season. He had one good practice session last round and other than that mainly circulates around 13th or 14th unless faster riders fall. I recognize that the Honda is not great, but IMHO he has not distinguished himself significantly from either Aoyama or Hayden. Hayden's injuries and subsequent extended absence has helped SR stay at the top of the Honda backmarker crew, but that's not really saying much. I don't harbor any animosity towards him, and hope he proves me wrong, but I really don't get all the predictions of great success. Asbestos suit (on), so flame away, Redding fans.

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