MotoGP » Stoner hoping for competitive Ducati in 2012

The Australian feels it will be a substantial boost for MotoGP if Ducati prove capable of challenging Honda and Yamaha for victories in 2012.

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pcxmac - Unregistered

January 23, 2012 6:04 AM

I would wager Aprilia have a good shot at making some headway, in fact they will probably be able to tangle with the likes of Pramac, etc... by the end of the year (hopefully.) If CRT are to succeed they will need to pull Kawasaki and Suzuki support back in to the mix. It would be nice to see Dorna or whomever calls the shots these days to subsidize the former companies back in to becoming a factor in the championship. The team Im most worried about is the factory Yamaha team with out a title sponsor... Smells like WSBK.


January 23, 2012 6:56 AM

G'day mate, it's ok for people to call other posters bro,pal,bud etc, but not ok for us Aussies to use mate.
We can't very well call them them digger or dig and as for you old ba$tard well that would be out of the question, not to worry matey we Aussies understand that there some sicko's on this site.
Anyway mate you have a good Australian day.

Aussie - Unregistered

January 23, 2012 7:13 AM

Good to hear from you again at least us old timers are fair dinkum GP fans and we had the privilage of seeing the riddge didge riders back in the 60's and 70's thats when we had a field of class riders anyway no use dreaming talk to you soon cobber


January 23, 2012 7:23 AM

We've already seen Stoner and rossi on the same bike.........I've never read one complaint about Ducati (the factory/firm/engineers) from Stoner ever.

Thats actually not true. Every year the bikes change both the components the software and the people. Stoner has complained about the direction Ducati development was taking and also complained that some of the time Ducati could not explain why some components made the bike faster or slower.

I think if you want to post facts then do your research first rather than making up your own ...facts. There is enough rubbish on this web site already.


January 23, 2012 8:18 AM
Last Edited 1559 days ago

@Ah choo. Rossi's no 1 sneeze!$ Rossi was clearly short on energy due to a shoulder injury which was later operated on. And on top of that he had put all of his energy into Sundays race.


January 23, 2012 8:23 AM

@8 -. NO links required. You have just shown...all by youorself that your knowledge is...sMALL. Stoner complained...quite rightly as it turns out about problems with the Ducati. I am not going to do your research for you. Crashnet doesnt like links so I dont like to put them in. Rules mate..learn your rules...

Nice try lol.

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