MotoGP » Ducati completes GP12 MotoGP shakedown


The next time the new GP12 is on track it will be at the hands of Ducati MotoGP stars Valentino Rossi and Nicky Hayden

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bundanet - Unregistered

January 20, 2012 4:48 AM

Hope with these stunning effort from preziosi & co to design and build up those new bike will give rossi and hayden also other duc's rider confidence to showing their true quality and value for 2012 and beyond.

Go Rossi..!

Stylo

January 20, 2012 7:08 AM

Confirmed. Preziosi is a bleedin' idiot. That bikes "looked similar" since its bloody inception!

In the pic Guareshci looks confused as ever. Wonder why he didnt assign himself to test it this time round.
Get on with it already, I have no expectations

mvdn

January 20, 2012 7:41 AM

It's a pitty the looks haven't changed too much...the desmo always looked so brut...I prefer the thin, sharp lines of bikes they are able to produce like the 'Panegale' (or like the M1)... It's indeed time we are able to see something...the off-season period looked to be so long...

McLarenP - Unregistered

January 20, 2012 7:46 AM

I'm not sure how to interperate this. I don't think they would be crowing from the rooftops if they had finally succeeded in improving their bike. I think they would be keeping it all hush hush until Valentino gets on it and shows what it can do!! They don't want a test rider giving it loads and full of praise fot the new development, they would wnnt their number 1 guy doing it for them! I hope so anyway.

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