MotoGP » Dovizioso season-best second, 'victory soon'


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hoppy

June 21, 2010 10:29 AM

Andrea is working very hard this season and it seems to be paying off.2nd place yesterday was a storming effort and i think a win is not far away.If Casey does join the team next season it is going to be a tough decision who to keep as his team mate,Andrea or Dani!..it is a hard call.I like Andrea alot it has to be said and wish him well for the rest of the season.
Great work,keep it up! :)

natscape - Unregistered

June 21, 2010 2:54 PM

Why wasn't he already "pushing 100%" not after he saw alot of bikes coming from behind?...Don't get me wrong, I like Dovi and hope he stays at Honda and becomes #1 rider...maybe his comment was mistranslated? :p

RawDawg

June 21, 2010 3:44 PM

It's going to be a real shame if Dovi is the odd man out once the muscial chairs stop but if the reports are to be believe than that's what it looks like.

I saw something that says if Stoner goes to Honda than Repsol would like to keep Pedrosa. Spies will be a lock at Fiat if Rossi goes to Ducati. I don't think Ducati would dump Hayden and start fresh with 2 new riders - they haven't done that since they came to MotoGP. Suzuki looks to be the kiss of death at the moment. It's reported that Loris is looking to get out as soon as possible.

All Dovi can do is keep beating Pedrosa and hopefully something good will happen for him. He looks to be stepping up his game this year.

wr86 - Unregistered

June 21, 2010 4:09 PM

If Stoner moves to Honda than I think the only way Dovi will keep his ride is if he applies for Spanish citizenship.

It's not fair but it is reality.

RawDawg

June 21, 2010 7:21 PM

"Maybe the US market for Ducati demand can change that... "

Why do some of you WHO ARE NOT EVEN AMERICAN AND DON'T EVEN KNOW THE US BIKE MARKET keep saying dumb things like "well so and so may keep his ride because he helps sells bike in the US". Mind you it's only said for American riders and no others.

Think about it - America is the largest market in the world for sportbikes. If America cared about GP racing and it sold bikes don't you think there would be more Americans in GPs? Wouldn't you think just about every team would have one? If the US cared about bike racing so much wouldn't there be more Yanks in WSBK? Wouldn't there have been a US rider between the time Edwards left in 2002 and Spies in 2009?

I would say 90% of the people here WHO RIDE sportsbike don't know who Rossi is let alone Hayden. I still haven't met anyone with the Telefonica livery Suzuki that has a clue what the livery is about - they just like the colors.

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