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Netmeister

September 12, 2014 4:37 AM

MotoGP » Redding on 2015: It’s a big decision for me


Realist: Funniest comment ever. LOL! Good stuff. I dunno though, an average rider on a Factory bike will still be average. It's exciting stuff really. There could really be a shake-up next season.
Crutchlow has shown his potential. Beating full factory Yamahas to pole positions and podiums is no easy task. But it remains the be seen if he gels with Honda and recovers from a torrid season. Smith I grant you hasn't done enough to prove he isn't much more than average (relative to the MotoGP field) Redding though. Well, the jurys out. Personally, I truly believe there's something special there. It's not necessarily his ability (though that's right up there) but his mental strength and attitude. I think with the right opportunity, he'll come good.

Netmeister

September 13, 2014 2:32 AM

MotoGP » Redding reacts to Gresini Aprilia deal


reinmacre: If SR45 was such a hot commodity, teams would be lining up to sign him.
Honda want him on that factory Honda. Both Nakamoto and Suppo have got involved and guaranteed him the ride. The only question right now is which team is willing to foot the bill to run the Honda. That's the sticking point. Outside of this there are a reported two factories that want him for two years, and a third factory that want him for 2016. Redding's manager is quoted as saying he is 'very much in demand'. Sounds like a line to me.

Netmeister

September 05, 2014 11:05 AM

MotoGP » Marc VDS pushing for Redding-Honda deal


When comparing MM and SR in Moto2, a lot of people seem to be forgetting the disadvantage Scott had in that class. Scott is so much bigger than Marc, and as a result he was always churning his tyres up to stay with them, not to mention having a speed deficit down every single straight. Over one lap, or even in the early laps of almost any race Scott was on the pace, but his size disadvantage meant it was difficult to keep it up over a whole race.

Netmeister

August 24, 2014 9:04 PM
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F1 » Hamilton: Rosberg admits he hit me deliberately


Hamilton said: "He said he could have avoided it, but he didn't want to. He basically said, 'I did it to prove a point'." Mercedes then came out and said Hamilton's remarks were a "broadly accurate" representation of what went on in the meeting (that's from the BBC). I'm sure he put it in a way to make it sound a little worse, but if it WAS a complete lie 1) why would Hamilton say it to the media when there was others in room? and 2) why did Mercedes not deny it? On this occasion Roseberg was in the wrong. EDIT by CRASH.NET! Abuse removed.

Netmeister

July 28, 2014 9:20 PM

F1 » VIDEO: Rosberg 'annoyed' with FIA, Hamilton


Denzel: I am surprised and disappointed he is mute on his inability to pass the Torro Rosso of Jean Eric Vergne for over 10 laps. That actually cost him more than anything else.
I think in this case he just wasn't prepared to take the risk to pass. He said himself before the race..... "I will play it even more safe and just really try and avoid any unnecessary things" He was being too cautious and didn't want to throw away his supposed advantage. In the end, his fear of losing his advantage cost him his advantage.


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