MotoGP » Kallio 'bottom on the ground' while sixth.

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Kauko. - Unregistered

October 05, 2009 4:18 PM

Kallio had bad luck. Hayden was behind Kallio until Kallio fell down. Had Hayden something wrong with bike?, problems with adjustements? Maybe ducati should improve bike still.

Trotski - Unregistered

October 05, 2009 4:46 PM
Last Edited 2314 days ago

One more badly translated press release by Pramac.
Team is still trying to find out a reason for front washouts which have happened a few times. Datalogger shows there was anything different than on previous laps, no more lean, speed, gas or brake except this time he was on his a8se.


October 05, 2009 5:28 PM

In over his head typical for new boy trying to make impression. Hayden looked very uncomfortable on his bike but has been around enough to know no point in tossing the thing up the road. Ducati has to be having second thoughts but there would be no point in replacing him at this stage with a rider less than top class and they are all employed. Even Repsol has a problem with their #2.

Screechin' Weasel - Unregistered

October 05, 2009 5:51 PM

Kallio will be fine, I think - he's learning the limits of the bike the only way you can. I don't like the guy personally, but I do think he's a talent that will be a factor in the future. Look for him to be in the top 8 consistently next year, between improvements made to the bike and the maturation of his skills.

That said... who gets the Rookie of the Year prize this year?

BadDawg - Unregistered

October 05, 2009 6:12 PM

At least Kallio is trying to race the damn thing! Unlike the Kentucky Turnip who just looks like he's on a kindergarten ride at Disneyland :rolleyes:

Looks like Ducati Corse signed the wrong dude... :?

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