MotoGP » Dovizioso fully focused as Honda exit looms


Andrea Dovizioso wants to bring success to Honda over the final three races of the 2011 MotoGP season ahead of his move to Tech 3 Yamaha next year.

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BulletProof

October 12, 2011 3:10 PM

Yamaha might just be the new beginning for Dovi, Dont give up, you got the talent to be chamion, u can do the stoner, Honda left him in 2006 for him to joing ducati in a place where they thought he would just be a rider to add numbers on the grip only to turn to be their main threat every year till they decided to rebuy him back in 2011!

SwissJudge

October 12, 2011 4:48 PM

Dovi has found his home.

What a great guy. Why? Because he sticks to the unwritten code of conduct. I especially liked his reaction after Lorenzo blocked him on one of the main straights. And it was nice when he took out Toseland too lol.

One of the most deserved role models in motoGP.

SwissJudge

October 12, 2011 4:53 PM

Stoner, Pedrosa & Simmo had better watch out, Dovi's going to be in win-or-bin mode.
@Dolphin Boy

Win or bin mode? Thats pushing it a bit. Perhaps you should look back at this guys results and also be sure to check the videos too. Especially his efforts during his first year at motoGP.

This guy was given one of the top Honda spots because of his dependability...not because he was percieved as an alien.

Kind regards @Dolphin Boy.

some1 - Unregistered

October 12, 2011 5:22 PM

The primary target to end his Honda season is to stay ahead of Pedrosa in the championship points. Could be hard to achieve since Pedrosa is in perfectly healthy condition.

But the secondary target should be within a reach which is to finish races high and ahead of Simoncelli. Then continue the same performance on Yamaha in the next season. It's a good future ahead for Dovizioso.

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