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Tag: Qualifying Review

Satellite Fever: MotoGP Qualifying Notes

MotoGP continued its 2013 trend of giving us spectacular qualifying sessions. The satellite teams rocked Brno as Cal Crutchlow took pole, followed closely by Alvaro Bautista. Marc Marquez had to make do with a 3rd spot on the grid. By Chitra Subramanyam Them satellites are really moving out of their orbit. I know I sound… Read More ›

Hot in Hungary: F1 Qualifying Review

The steaming hot track at Hungaroring was the F1 qualifying arena for the 10 round. But the you-can-fry-eggs-here track did not prove to be a deterrent as Lewis Hamilton swept past Sebastian Vettel to take pole, even as Romain Grosjean smiled his way to 3rd on the grid. But will Lew-Lew finally get the win… Read More ›

Montreal Madness: Qualifying Review

By Nikki Grubb-Clarke Ah Montreal! A track named after one of the greatest drivers never to be the World Driver’s Champion that has offered some absolute STORMERS in the past. Quite literally in 2011, when a 2-hour stoppage due to bad weather gave us the longest race in the whole wide world ever and the… Read More ›

Under the Tuscan Sun: Mugello MotoGP Qualifying Notes

They say that there is only one place in the world where you can get a taste of the ‘real’ MotoGP. I just want to give whoever ‘they’ are a big hug. There can be nothing more spectacular than this circuit that sits nestled in the Tuscany hills, surrounded by thick, green forests as far… Read More ›