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August 01, 2014 11:31 PM

MotoGP » Yamaha to enter Nakasuga for Motegi

Good move from Yamaha, a nice touch to allow the test rider his time in the sun on the bike he helped develop at his home GP. Speaking of Japanese riders, how do you guys think Taka Nakagami would go in the premier class? He had a good run last year making his world champion team mate look fairly average.. havent been able to track him this year as One/Ten the local broadcaster axed moto2/3 this year for some infuriating reason


July 24, 2014 2:05 AM

MotoGP » Hanika concerned by Brno rumours

Please Dorna dont follow the tradition of Bernie Ecclestone and replace all the good GP's with mediocre purpose built facilities in 3rd world countries with no passion for motorsport and more oil money than they know what to do with. Bernie destroyed F1, and whatever tracks managed to survive were still raped by Tilke and Ecclestone: 1. Old Hockenheim forest replaced by generic Tilkedrome 2. Chicanes at Monza altered 3. Eau Rouge and bus stop altered at Spa 4. Swimming pool section at Monte Carlo changed 5. Horrid configuration of Catalunya Please Dorna keep motoGP pure youve already destroyed Assen and taken Laguna from us


July 10, 2014 12:23 AM

MotoGP » Stefan Bradl: Honda, Ducati, Aprilia - or Moto2?

I like Bradl but unfortunately his goose is cooked. Bautista beat him comfortably last year but frankly neither of them are cutting the mustard on machinery that some may observe to be better than a factory yamaha. Remember there was a time when Gresini Honda's were regularly upstaging the Repsol machines, even if Simoncelli was still around hed be up there fighting for podiums. I think for Alvaro his best move will be to Pramac and try weasel his way onto a factory Ducati, Bradl should commit to Suzuki, and Gresini should either opt for proven experience in Aleix Espargaro, Kallio, Simon, West, or Barros... or try to graft through one of the hotshots from moto2 like Rabat, Vinales, or Torres.. Personally id like to see them take somone experienced like kevin Schwantz or Max Biaggi to give them a shot on the satellite honda


July 09, 2014 11:54 PM

F1 » Pirelli unveils 18-inch tyres

What professorX alluded to was correct, they are trying to gear F1 toward the mindless consumer. Just like the turbo engines, F1 has never been relevant to road cars in the past yet all of a sudden F1 is holding itself responsible for all the moral and political wrongdoings of the industrialised world, purely because thats what the mindless consumer wants to hear. The mindless consumer drives a 1.6l turbo hatchback, therefore creaming V10's or V12's arent appealing tothe mindless consumer. Same with these horrid looking rims, im sure anyone whos been into F1 for decades misses the massive fat rears of chunky black rubber, but thats seen as too old school and blue collar for the mindless consumer therefore we will soon have to tolerate 20" rims in future.

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