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June 30, 2014 10:58 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: If we can alter my bike we’ll get results

Ah once again into Critical Cal's Corner... The position thing, wasn't that the issue at Yamaha? Maybe just maybe given how vastly different these two bikes are, maybe it isn't the bike. Never saw him as a factory rider and sadly he is proving me right. Just wish he would shut up and do the business success or failure. No one likes a whiner. And here's the rub, you all thought Casey was bad!


May 25, 2014 6:53 PM

F1 » Hamilton: I gave it all I could - fairly

Don't worry Lewis , you showed class by shaking hands at the beginning, Plenty of racing left to come and zero opportunities for, shall we say, creative unexplained nonsensical re-entries into the track during the final minutes of Q3. I don't blame Nico TBH. The rules allowed him to do it and he's too good a driver not to have done it deliberately. Strategic, not smart, and dodgy move. Now it's on the FIA to change the rule and eliminate all doubt and opportunities like that, in the future. .


May 24, 2014 2:24 PM

F1 » Rosberg error ensures Monaco pole

George Zaidan:
George Zaidan:
Mustafur: the way he did it looked innocent, but it does leave a precedent on what's possible to keep pole now, certainly much more convincing then Shumi's 2006 attempt if it was on purpose.
wow you people just can't quit with the nonsense reasoning
You really can't see ahead to how someone in P1 in Q3 can just park it, bringing out a yellow flag and stopping everyone else from bettering them... You must be fun when playing chess.
RUBBISH! Nico has been ahead of Lewis all thru quali.
You missed Q2 then. Not even logic this time, just facts.


May 24, 2014 2:29 PM

F1 » Rosberg error ensures Monaco pole

superdowg316: I get on the internet and, as expected, the Hamilton fanboys are throwing a hissy fit, comparing this to Schumi in '06 and saying it was a dirty pole. Hell, one guy compared it to Hitler, that's the best comment so far. Now, here's some facts. I race and I can tell you he made a simple mistake. The bumps got him out of whack and he tried to correct it, got into a half tank slapper and locked the wheel up. Also, I just love seeing how ticked off Lewis got. Jeez.
Actually I don't think anyone brought up the MS incident. Although it was the first thing the commentators brought up... hm...


May 24, 2014 2:42 PM

MotoGP » Michelin named new MotoGP Tyre Supplier

Who cares. Bridgestone proved their point and Michelin left in a funk. TBH I thought it would have been Pirelli given the strong results in WSC and the chapionships both being owned by one company - it would have made negotiations easier. My guess is Pirelli couldn't step up to the associated costs involved. Michelin can but TBH I am surprised any manufacturer cares enough. Must be a significant move made with all manufacturers to start using Michelin tires on their production bikes. Will be interesting to see how Ducati (production bikes) manages given their long history with Pirelli.

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