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November 27, 2014 8:47 PM

F1 » Hamilton: Rosberg and I will handle 2015 better

Taipan: A bit rich of Lulu to say THEY will handle it better. Rosberg handled it fine off track it was Lulu that spent half the season in the huff and acting like a schoolgirl, again. You're a cheat, you're not my friend, I'm not talking to you ever, ever again!(until I win again)
Yeah, maybe not. But if Lewis' car doesnt keep burning down and he gets the brakes right where he wants them and he keeps focusing on race pace, you are going to see 2011 again. All thanks to the fine folks at the FIA who think freezing and controlling everything saves people money and makes for better racing.


November 27, 2014 8:42 PM

MotoGP » Miller knocks two seconds off his Sepang best

RDix: I dont quite understand all the critics. He's going to be the top open rider a handful of times next year I have no doubt. I'm guessing at least one in the first five races he'll be the top open rider. There's no need for him to be in Moto2 he'll get more out of riding the open bike than he would out of winning a bunch of Moto2 races.
Stefan Bradl will probably finish above him, unless there are some sort of special concessions made to help him along. Frankly I don't see why hes there, except to help fill seats and help boost ratings in Australia. There are far more deserving pilots in Moto2 who have actually proven themselves, and Miller really hasn't done much of anything except pilot the factory KTM in Moto3. Watching GP's appreciate silver spoon fed attention getters is beyond retarded.


November 28, 2014 3:03 AM

MotoGP » Moto2: Honda extends engine supply to 2018

JasonLewis: It's strange how all three classes have their own set of rules. If you think about it, moto3 doesn't prepare you well for moto2. And motogp is again totally different than moto2. When it was all 2 stroke, each class prepared you for next. Although the 500s needed to steered from the rear tire, therefore only the best riders could win on them. No TC to save your ass. Question: Is it wise to put full faith into a computer to find traction? If, not when, the computer fails the rider has no warning that they're about to have their bodies smashed to pieces. To me that's scarier than trusting my own wrist.
should ask Ben Spies what he thinks about traction control.


November 27, 2014 4:28 PM

F1 » F1: We can solve problems on dyno - McLaren

i wouldn't call those power-units, prototypes, they are probably pretty much ready to sell to the customers (installation tests). testing prototype power units on the track is a waste of time, as Honda have already proven. prototype really doesn't apply to most racing anyways, but it sounds cool, and edgy. Maybe if there were not so many testing bans people could actually use that word, but the rules being what they are pretty much keep that from happening at all. Just customers and adverts these days.

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