MotoGP 2016: Casey Stoner

The motorsport season edges ever closer. In order to warm up for the upcoming MotoGP season I have decided to identify some of the teams and riders worth keeping an eye on. One of the biggest changes in MotoGP for 2016 is a change away from the 2016 grid where Australian and two time MotoGP […]

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Formula One Engine Supply

Engines are currently a huge talking point within Formula One and there were several developments over the past few weeks. Naturally, thinking about the situation, I have a few ideas of my own about the matter. What’s happened recently? There are three major things going on when it comes to engines. The first is that […]

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Red Bull-________

Red Bull-Renault? Red Bull-Ferrari? Red Bull-Honda? At this moment in time, take your pick. This week Auto, Motor und Sport reported that Red Bull is close to a deal with Honda about supplying the team in 2016. This comes a few weeks after it was suggested that the team would potentially stay with Renault for […]

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Formula One Engines

In 2014 the engine specifications saw a move from naturally aspirated V8’s to turbo hybrid V6’s. Naturally, opinion has been divided over whether this has been a good change for the sport or not. Click the read more button to get my thoughts on the current engines in Formula One.

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Marc Marquez’s 2015 season

Marc Marquez’s season got a little worse during the weekend as he crashed out of the Catalunya Grand Prix. Having retired from the last two rounds of the championship and is now sixty nine points behind championship leader, Valentino Rossi, It is believed that he is unhappy with the front end of the bike. However […]

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McLaren and Honda

Having secured their first points finish of the season in round six of the championship in Monaco, McLaren were quick to downplay there chances in Canada, round seven. It proved correct as both cars ultimately ended up retiring from the race and the team and Honda came in for a lot of criticism.

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Grand Prix of Catalunya Preview

Friday¬†signals the return of MotoGP and its feeder series as they head to Barcelona for the Grand Prix of Catalunya. Moto3 Despite having not won a race since Jerez, Danny Kent has managed to maintain a strong gap to the rest of the Moto3 riders in the standings. However both Fenati and Bagnaia have achieved […]

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Renault have come under a lot of criticism so far this season for the unreliability of their engines. However to me, excluding Mercedes, Renault have shown how car manufacturers should operate in Formula One. The French car manufacturer returned in 2000 by buying the Benetton team. After getting back up to speed they changed the […]

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