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Tag: Sepang

5 Things You Missed Because You Were Too Busy Watching the #SepangClash

Amidst all the hullabaloo and recrimination, the controversies and the fan fights, the closed-door meetings and tight-lipped press releases, the 2015 Malaysian Grand Prix is fast going down in history as the #SepangClash. But there was more to the race than just the infamous Marquez vs Rossi duel, grumpus Jorge Lorenzo’s so-called podium thumbs-down post… Read More ›

Fall From Grace: Sepang Clash and the Malaysian Grand Prix

There are some races that are recorded for posterity and go down in history for all the right reasons – for cheeky overtaking maneuvers or for hard-fought and well won battles. And then there are races that become history for all the wrong reasons. The 2015 Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang was supposed to be… Read More ›

Marquez to miss Malaysia Test

MotoGP World Champion, Marc Marquez, has broken his fibula during a dirt-track training session in Lleida, west of Barcelona, yesterday afternoon. Marc was immediately taken to the Universitario Quirón Dexeus Hospital where Dr. Xavier Mir treated the spiral fracture of the distal third of his right fibula. After carrying out a CT scan and X-ray,… Read More ›

The Great Battle of Sepang: MotoGP Race Review

Sepang became the arena for the much-awaited battle between Jorge Lorenzo and Marc Marquez. It was also a moment of redemption for Dani Pedrosa, as he tried really hard, to shake the Aragon dust off his feet. It has been a long time in coming – that battle. We have been expecting it, haven’t we?… Read More ›

Swinging Through Sepang: MotoGP Qualifying Notes

So, did you catch the Qualifying results? Who would have thunk it eh? Well, actually, I bet a lot of people did. After all we can safely say – championship or no championship – this has been the Marc Marquez year. You may love him. You may hate him. But the 20-year-old Spaniard has swept… Read More ›

A F1 Fan’s Naiveté

Honestly, I am mortified. Not only did I miss, what could turn out to be one of the most exciting and controversial races this season (well, it is just Race 2), but I have also managed to delay the race review. Not that there is any point really. I am sure all of you have… Read More ›

Slippery When Wet

The rear lights glinted red, almost otherworldly. The helicopter camera zoomed out, but the circuit at Sepang disappeared amidst a smattering of raindrops that blotted the lens. On the track, Jorge Lorenzo fought to make up lost ground and find his way past Dani Pedrosa. But it was slippery, and the riders left a plume… Read More ›