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Greg Campbell1

November 01, 2015 2:20 AM

MotoGP » Italian TV ambush Marquez at home


Tesla: Please give us a break. Stop fooling racing fans like me as if MM is innocent in the entire affair. I reckon this so-called war will continue in the next season too. Who is responsible? The Spanish Syndicate!
Consider that Rossi has gone out of his way to make an outright enemy of all of his major competitors: Max, Sete, Casey, and Jorge. No one who has been paying attention will be surprised that Marc was next in line. "Who is responsible?" Indeed!

Greg Campbell1

July 27, 2015 9:28 PM

F1 » Raikkonen: That’s luck, that’s racing


HairyLuthier: I don't understand why they brought him in. When Raikkonen's MGU-H failed he was losing 4 tenths a lap. If he had stayed out he would have still got a points finish.
Mmmmmaybe.... W/o the kinetic harvesting to help slow the car, the (tiny) rear conventional brakes tend to self destruct quite rapidly. The driver can 'manage' them to a degree, but only at the cost of going even slower. And even then, the brakes will eventually fail completely.

Greg Campbell1

July 06, 2015 12:57 AM

F1 » Raikkonen brushes off strategic error as pressure mounts


107SS2009: Rob, today it was FERRARI who screwed-up Kimi, Kimi had no part in it.
Until you can produce a radio clip with Ferrari ordering him to pit immediately, I'm going to assume it was Kimi's option (any sane team will leave this critical decision to the driver), and that he screwed up. Badly. A driver makes his own luck in F1. As one 'unlucky' event piles up on top of another, it becomes harder and harder to accept them as random chance. FWIW, I've reached the point where I believe that Kimi is not properly 'plugged in.' I also get the impression he's still resisting any input of timely information from the pit. 'Don't bother me.' is cute when you win, but not after you make a long series of mistakes. And then there is his indifferent attitude and demeanor that are oddly refreshing, but don't help his reputation as a somewhat lazy driver. Sorry, this fan has thrown in the towel. :( If Ferrari can sign either of the TR guys for next year,

Greg Campbell1

June 28, 2015 3:00 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Marquez left me with no chance


Polyccio: This guy makes the late, great, Marco Simoncelli look like a saint. Marco was a bit lairy but had way more class than Princess Marquez does.
Simo had a warmer, much more genuine personality. (He was just as much a menace on-track as Maim Marquez.) Speaking of Marco... After watching most of the Assesn sessions, and seeing an out-of-control MM nearly collide with a number of riders, I'm starting to feel anxiety about someone getting hurt soon. As Marco showed, you can only push your luck so many times before something very bad happens. MM needs to calms the f**k down...


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