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


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

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bundanet - Unregistered

January 14, 2012 4:19 AM

sean03,

this aussie boy is really a 'chonga'

rossi and hayden had some fun riding two seater bike on promo events, then you quickly jump on your seat and did not wasting your time to envy him.

Your not lieing homeboy. Those other rider aka stoner the moaner should take notes, seriously!!!

Get off the pipe son, you must be trippin'.

hahahaha..

oo btw, i would do anything to have stoner's teeth

BAH!!

watch before commenting - Unregistered

January 15, 2012 12:41 PM

have any of you people actually watched the video????
it even shows you the stunt doubles at the end.
do you seriously think ducati would have their two gp riders snowboarding somersaults and riding the two seater on snow just before a pre season test?
get a grip, its a video for a bit of fun to try and promote the brand and event

SwissJudge

January 15, 2012 2:39 PM

@Digger...One mediocre season does not make him rubbish.

Well...youre half right on that one. The results were actualy quite good considering Rossi chose to be the new parts tester. As it turned out most of the in season tests were a waste..except to verify that the carbon fibre deal was a dead end.

Rossi did his job very well. As a result Ducati had to accept that their previous direction was plain WRONG. It cost Rossi some good results but enabled FP to see the truth about the carbon fibre Ducati.

The biggest question now is can Ducati get the electronics working as good as Honda?

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