MotoGP » Capirossi: My MotoGP story is not over yet

Loris Capirossi is thrilled to be back on a Ducati as he gets ready for his 12th consecutive season in the premier motorcycling category.

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February 10, 2011 10:34 AM

I'm a great fan of Capirex, but you can't help feeling he's trying to polish a turd here. If there's one bike you don't want to ride this season, it's a Ducati, and if there's one Ducati you don't want to ride this season, it's a Pramac. Loris should be going to WSBK, he'll get some great racing there, and we'll get some great entertainment.

Charles - Unregistered

February 10, 2011 11:16 AM

Woow shock when i read news from what Lorenzo said about his bike "autosport" with this bike, it's difficult to do better," he said. "I would like a better bike, and this is what I've asked of the engineers

qweezy - Unregistered

February 10, 2011 11:20 AM

This is why I think JT should of got another year............ or in fact anyone. Some young blood, haha..... Capirossi hasnt done anything inspiring for ages now and its not fair other people have been booted out for doing more!

Jack - Unregistered

February 10, 2011 11:35 AM

Ok i can understand people sayinbg Pramac is not a 'great' team, but i cannot understand why people are saying the Ducati is such a bad bike. It seems that just because Rossi is struggling with it that its suddenly a bad bike? Wrong! The Ducati was winning races last year so its NOT a bad bike. Its all down to the rider, which is why im sure RdP will show some great results. I wouldnt be suprised if we saw RdP get close to Rossi on the factory Ducati this year. I disregarded Capirossi for obvious reasons.


February 10, 2011 11:38 AM

Lost all respect for Capirossi the last time he bailed on Ducati. With his wealth of experience Loris could have been of great benefit to the team both in terms of bike development and more importantly as a mentor to Stoner!

One wonders if the last few years could have had been different for Ducati had Loris stayed to offer advice and take some of the pressure off their very young Champions shoulders. Unfortunately he allowed his bruised ego to get the best of him and ran to Suzuki with his tail between his legs.

Sensei - Unregistered

February 10, 2011 11:39 AM

qeezy, i agree totally. JT would have done a better job than Capirossi both last season on the Suzuki and on this Duke. Capirossi still getting moto gp rides makes a mockery of the sport. Edwards you can let slide because he does seem to show he still has it every now and then, even if he's not challenging for wins, but Capirossi shows nothing at all. I think RdP will show him up this season, then hopefully people will realise that his time in moto gp is up. But of course we all know its down to money so im sure he'll get another ride for 2012 no matter how badly he does this season.

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