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July 05, 2015 10:36 PM

F1 » Mercedes willing to supply Red Bull with engines

Red Bull with a Mercedes engine would mean they will not win another championship. Mercedes would find some way to hold them back. Renault or even Honda have to up their game massively for Red Bull to have any options to get them back to former glory. It's hard to see that happening given the current regulations. This hybrid no testing/development era will be absolutely dominated by the AMG Mercedes team, as it will be almost impossible for others to catch up.


July 21, 2015 6:16 PM
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MotoGP » Smith: Suzuka R1 feels like MotoGP M1

I see on the schedule for British Eurosport 2 they have live coverage on Sunday from 03:30-11:45. It's great that they are showing this, will be interesting to see Stoner in action again and of course many other riders.. Van Der Mark, Alex Lowes, Aegerter, Elias, Kiyo, Bridewell, etc.. and of course the Yamaha boys. Should be a fantastic event!


July 14, 2015 9:51 PM

F1 » Button hints at options beyond McLaren

It shouldn't be a case of McLaren dropping Button, he should be the one dropping them! McLaren are overrated and at the moment they are a backmarker team, things will surely improve but by how much? They have won 1 constructors championship in the last 20 years, hardly the form of a top team. He is a driver that deserves to be paid for his expertise, unfortunately most teams in F1 are not prepared to pay drivers and would rather have someone mediocre that brings a massive wad of cash. Maybe he'd be better off moving into a different series, if he wants to win another race in his career he might have to.

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