MotoGP » Capirossi closing on Pramac Ducati deal

After three years away, Loris Capirossi is on course to rejoin Ducati in 2011, albeit only in a privateer capacity.

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so what - Unregistered

August 11, 2010 10:42 AM

Well, his previous stint at Ducati was mediocre, he couldn't make the Suzuki work, now he's going back to Ducati. I think that his sell by date has come and gone, get a hungry youngster in there instead of a F.O.G. (fvcking old guy) to make up the numbers.

Joe King - Unregistered

August 11, 2010 11:21 AM

What other than money does this guy bring to motogp these days. it amazes me that year after year he is under achieving and just goes on and on without the slightest hint of anyone suggesting that he moves on. we have had a real hate campaign against riders like James Toseland who regularly beat this guy while he was on a factory bike and still we have to put up with him dictating where he wants to ride. Amazing !!!!! If he was a Brit or an American he would be crucified regularly, he must be so far up Dorna's @rse :?

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