MotoGP » Online presentation for Ducati GP12

Virtual unveiling of Ducati's 2012 MotoGP colours.

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Gondya bhau - Unregistered

March 06, 2012 10:17 AM

This was at Honda's presentation in Spain...(from GPONE)

Stoner got in a little jab at rival Valentino Rossi.

"All the other Ducatis were faster than his during the test. He wasn't worried about a single fast lap, but he is the lead rider on the team, and he should be the fastest before complaining so much. He needs to figure out why the GP12 performed well in the first test, and poorly in the second... but I honestly hope they can turn things around, as it would be good for the entire championship."


March 06, 2012 11:09 AM

@ Gondya bhau - I didn't read Stoner saying anything like that but I think his most recent comments were actually quite sporting.

Now that egos seem to getting in check, most of the drama should hopefully be on the track instead of off it.

Gondya bhau - Unregistered

March 06, 2012 12:58 PM comment is nothing but a part of a post on GPone regarding stoner's interview.....its not a part of his video interview...a person cant have 2 separate interviews or what ?....and regarding its authenticity....if you dont take a post on GPone seriously, only god can help you......apparently this is what you get for spreading some extra info among crash ppl

Liam48 - Unregistered

March 06, 2012 1:28 PM

You can guarantee that'll be the best looking bike ou there, the Ducati always is... hopefully by the first round it'll be up front son we can enjoy the Honda's, Yamaha's and Ducati's racing for the win!

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