MotoGP » Ducati 'working non-stop in all areas'


“We have three different groups of designers - engine, chassis and electronics - all are working non-stop, so for sure we will continuously supply new parts in all these areas” - Filippo Preziosi.

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dacron

March 03, 2012 1:05 AM

what the hell is going on at ducati!
riders are suppose to join teams and ride there bikes and if they don't work out they send them off and get another rider , its always been this way.
what we are seeing here is ducati hire a rider that hasn't worked out but instead of going through the normal motions they are bankrupting themselves out of the sport by trying over and over to build new bikes until one pops up that the rider can finally ride.
this whole scene is wrong and a very expensive stab in the dark.

Md Zane

March 03, 2012 1:07 AM

@mr dead the talking corpse
Don't believe journalistic photos, a good one sells if it be the truth or just a snap shot of someone's day,how was your day today did you look tired at any point.

dacron

March 03, 2012 1:30 AM
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@Md Zane.
its expensive enough with no results to send any sponsor to a safer goal away from motogp mate.
its also too expensive for vale and ducati's reputation , they are doing each other no favors .
ducati have only ever been mid pack quality , they had bizarre results with 1 rider, and now are under the impression that they are world championship material.
vale and ducati should of made a 1 year deal and see what happens , vale knew the history of ducati's motogp life so must of knew it was a big risk.
he would benefit much more on some other bike and ducati would be better sticking to the norm of hireing riders until one comes along that can ride it beyond its capabilities.

cam - Unregistered

March 03, 2012 1:55 AM

When stoner handed the bike to rossi didn't he have 3 wins in a row and say that they finally had the bike working properly. We know what happened next. Just imagine if stoner handed him the bike that he was struggling on and not the sorted one.

lin3back3r - Unregistered

March 03, 2012 2:11 AM

VR46 failed to call the GhostBusters!!!! its strange that he is not at least in TESTING no.2,3 or 4 but way down. If you ask me who is better driver between Casey and Vale? knowing that they both won a honda and both have ridden a duke. i think the situation speaks for itself. Just that alot of monk3y crap here against CS coz he is this and that. Thing is, CS does not sugar coat things, coz he's man enough to tell you there's a dirt on your face!!!

Locky - Unregistered

March 03, 2012 2:35 AM

Just give Stoner the trophy now and go watch the Superbikes and Moto2.
Greed stupidity and the factories have destroyed Grand Prix with the active help of Dorna.
Tiny grids and a handful of midgets.
Club racing is far better sport

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