MotoGP » Rossi, Hayden take Ducati two-seater snow ride!


File this under 'Things you don't expect to see'...

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Bridgestone - Unregistered

January 13, 2012 9:57 AM

T.M.F
The Moaning Factory
Ducati Moaning about Aprilia for not having a crt bike.
Not within the rules.
says a Factory well known with bending and cheating on the rules.
can't read that artikle here but woth mention.!

Its one big moaning factory.
all riders moaning there

realfan

January 13, 2012 10:09 AM

Can somebody please explain what "chugalug" is supposed to mean ...... most of us stopped using made up words before reaching our teens. Sometimes 1 word can say more than thousands.

McLarenP - Unregistered

January 13, 2012 10:26 AM

I would absolutely die to be a passenger behing Valentino Rossi !!!!!! I couldn't care less where it was, or what kind of bike - it could be a push bike, I would be in heaven !!!!! If only !!!!

Dave - Unregistered

January 13, 2012 10:42 AM

Personally, I thought both Rossi and Hayden demonstrated flashes of brilliance last year, and on a bike so mediocre that such occurrences were rare and must have been very difficult. A proper bike will likely see both return to the sharper end of the grid.
But what on earth are Ducati thinking with this stunt. A slow speed fall is a very real possibility - so why take the chance with both drivers,one currently injured and the other with a history of shoulder injuries?
Then again, perhaps this bike on spied tires on snow handles more predictably than it does on the track.

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