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ProfessorX

December 24, 2014 3:25 AM
Last Edited 8 hours ago

F1 » F1 Driver of the Year 2014: 2nd


Norville2:
ToddCreek: That's ok in my book. Lewis is the next Senna and will crush the competition from here out.
Just remembering him going around the outside of Rosberg at the Japanese GP, in the rain....
going around JEV at hungary when Nico was content to just sit there was also one of those 'defining' moments in 2014. While Nico 'expected' it, a lot like Guintoli expected it in WSBK, things will most likely be different in 2015, but if Lewis can get those brakes to work and gets a reliable car he will be very difficult to beat unless Merc pull out some stops and start choosing winners when they see fit (engine modes/setup/etc... things drivers can't control). Hope Lewis comes back twice as hard and nails it next year. I would also add RBR probably had the best car in 2014, they just were out gunned in the power department and never stood a chance over race distance unless Merc/Williams had issues.

ProfessorX

December 22, 2014 6:21 PM
Last Edited 9 hours ago

WSBK » WSBK Rider of the Year vote: 3rd


Yearby23:
ProfessorX: I think the guys in the top two positions are going to get owned by their respective teammates next year. lolz.
If you're referring to Rea I highly doubt that Prof... He was already faster than Sykes after the first test.
which tire was Rea on when he set that lap buddy? If Tom is smart race pace is all that he needs, Rea has and will fall off if hes pushed, and Rea has had #1 status on his team for a good long while. It might be more difficult for Rea to get that great pace if hes only getting equal treatment. Don't be surprised if Haslam passes him on the quasi factory Aprilia.

ProfessorX

December 22, 2014 6:17 PM

F1 » F1 Driver of the Year 2014: 3rd


Not terribly impressed, but to be honest, I think he wasn't as impressed as the commentators or the fanboys either. Overtaking someone down the straight or when you have a considerable grip advantage is easy, Massa clearly had the measure of him by the end of the season. Hope Williams decide to support both drivers equally next year.

ProfessorX

December 22, 2014 4:38 PM
Last Edited 20 hours ago

F1 » Vettel my toughest F1 team-mate – Ricciardo


Tomco: What, really ? A 4 time world champion his toughest team mate ? Tougher even than 0 times world champion rookies that were his previous team mates ? Think Ricciardo needs to slow down on the media side. Starting wear a bit thin. Did have a great season though.
yeah, seriously though, I thought JEV gave him a better run for his money, Vettel looked outclassed all year long, mechanical issues and RBR supporting Ricciardo more, aside. I agree, Ricciardo needs to worry about remaining credible otherwise his fancy smile is going to turn in to el finger that people don't really care for.

ProfessorX

December 24, 2014 3:18 AM

F1 » ‘Vettel’s big gamble is ours too’ – Marchionne


Tomco: One doesnt win 4 titles by luck alone. Yes Seb has had good cars but not as dominant as the Merc has been this season. If he never wins another race he will still be remembered as a great and modest champion. I seriously hope he does win again and fully expect him to do so.
I wouldn't say that, his pace advantage at Singapore in 2013 was about the same as Merc's this year. I would say the Merc has about twice the pace as Red Bull did, on average, and it's only the teething and reliability that are holding Merc back from completely leveling the field. Lewis could very well win 15+ grand prix's next year if Merc give him a reliable car. But no, Vettel's Red Bull was a good half to a full second faster than most everyone elses car on the average, when RBR were in their stride.

ProfessorX

December 23, 2014 9:48 PM
Last Edited 2 days ago

MotoGP » MotoGP’s unified software…


Honda have Dorna's goldenboy, Dorna will capitulate, and this equality crud, is really just hot air, lolz. If you read the interview with (remains nameless. someone currently in WSBK) they clearly point out that the top guys got much larger selections of tires (back in the day/GP's). There is nothing fair about the spectacle, and half the stuff that doesn't get said would probably turn most fans off of the sport, but where is the incentive to do that, really? Too many people make a living off of the ignorance, and that is a constant that seeps through most of civilization. I just find it interesting how hard some people will deny how a production like GPs is fair or honest. It's comedy. I will just say this, when Marc was in his last year+ of Moto2, he nearly killed a couple people, ran one or two more over and pushed people left and right off the track, the commentators are what really confirmed the level of corruption, and deference to ignorance for me.

ProfessorX

December 22, 2014 2:07 PM
Last Edited 3 days ago

MotoGP » EXCLUSIVE Mike Webb (MotoGP Race Director) - Q&A


Brain:
TF2: @ Truefan ...making it too obvious to even the dimmest viewer. .
This just goes to show how deluded you are. You think Nakamoto instructed the future of HRC to crash out of 3 races to preserve the illusion. You are right,... , and what you suggest is beyond stupid ....
lolz. You really think thats how it works bud? tires man, if you don't have them, you have to push harder and if you try to go to fast you crash. Limits, aka glass ceilings, you can look up alright, but you will hit something that is kind of hard to see unless you know what you are looking at. It's clear MM had problems after his almost record breaking winning streak, anyone can see that one. It's also clear as day that when the tires suited him his pace was untouchable. Also I might add you would have to be pretty dim if you think Honda are not interested in TV ratings, as they are more interesting than Honda winning always... keyword - INTEREST


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