MotoGP » PIC: Yamaha, Ducati check out Honda RC213V


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LanceTheHooliganAlbon

March 28, 2013 2:22 PM
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Ducati Technician 1: "So you think we should try square wheels? We've already tried a Carbon frame!"
Ducati Technician 2: "Maybe we should just paint our wheels orange like theirs?"
Yamaha Technician: "So what did Stoner develope on this Honda?"

LOL :)

CanadianGuy - Unregistered

March 28, 2013 2:36 PM

I am thinking that the Ducati guys have to be thinking that Nicky Hayden would give up one of his body parts to get back onto a Repsol Honda after his time at Ducati. The Yamaha guys have little to be worried about, it will be track to track between them and Honda.

Dean Dean

March 28, 2013 3:12 PM

It's the chap stood behind, with the camera, that should concern Honda...but this happens all the time at the top levels of motorsport, everyone is seeking that ideal solution...something Honda clearly have an advantage with.
In F1 they have a routine of just 'enveloping' the car with loads of people...they just constantly stand in the way of photographers in the pit lane, keeping whatever 'secrets' they're trying to hide for that bit longer...

Oldyeller - Unregistered

March 28, 2013 3:20 PM

Ducati: "What rules did Honda get changed this time?"
"Hey! Is that a Dorna decal on the tailpiece? How did they get sponsorship rights for the team?"
Yamaha: "Ahh! It's just a Honda!"

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