MotoGP » Gresini launches all-Italian 2010 'dream' team


San Carlo Honda Gresini has officially kick-started its 2010 challenge for glory in MotoGP, by unveiling its all-Italian 'dream' team of Marco Melandri and Marco Simoncelli alongside the Honda RC212V

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Taz

March 05, 2010 11:29 AM
Last Edited 1756 days ago

I really rate Melandri despite his Ducati nightmare.

Some of his rides on that Kawasaki were top drawer.

Think Simoncelli will struggle...the drag factor from the afro alone will slow him down :p

stavros - Unregistered

March 05, 2010 1:30 PM

Between the two Marcos I think Simoncelli is more of an asset for the future. Melandri has has enough factory or semi factory rides now to have a proper crack at the title. He was crap on the Yam, reasonable on the Honda ,woeful on the Duc and OK on the Kwak. He has yet to have a go on the Suzuki but really he's not a championship contender and never will be.

spaz - Unregistered

March 05, 2010 2:21 PM

spending too much time keeping that hair up for the image. once the hair gets cut down and "ignored" he will do better in motogp. you heard it here first...

same goes for Toseland... when he stops performing all those concerts, he will become a great racer again.

Jon

March 05, 2010 2:39 PM

Toseland will be a great racer again... just needs to get his confidence back.
(And not in the same way Gibernau is still waiting... he actually will start winning again if they get the R1 sorted- although I expect Cal needs to win first just to demonstrate to JT that the bike can deliver)

Back on track...

..Good looking bike, the San Carlo.

Can't go wrong with a white bike!

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