MotoGP » Dovi helps convince Yamaha to be Yamaha?

“During last season we investigated a lot of things about the RC212V and sometimes I thought we have to follow the Honda type of bike or engine”- Masahiko Nakajima, Yamaha.

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Ridgeracer - Unregistered

March 09, 2012 5:29 AM

lol this article reminds me of rossi jumping from honda to yamaha...the question is can Dovi win on the Yamaha?
If testing is anything to go by, hes got the goods with the bike already :)

Just honestly say as the way it is,Mr Dovi.U prefer your new ride alot better than those you drove last couple years,don't you.don't U think Yam suits your riding quickly?.Thus,do your best on preventing Casey's sign in unless you'll let the whole field,dorna,Carmelo n motogp loyal spectators be devastated by CS for good.

kyu - Unregistered

March 09, 2012 7:33 AM

Haha ducati is trying to make a yahnda!! I hope the yamaha boys can really give it to honda this year. Hope the tires drop off like Jorge was saying, should make for some better racing.

copycats - Unregistered

March 09, 2012 8:01 AM

Last time Yamaha poached a bunch of of Honda engineers including JB when they attempted to copy the RCV.
They tried to hide the fact that they magically started to make good bikes by signing Rossi.. Now we know he has nothing to do with it.

meatlovers - Unregistered

March 09, 2012 8:10 AM

so far so good for dovi
he could be a dangerous man on yam, as we know that yam have the best handling so far
just like the old 250cc when he rode honda which have a better handling compares to aprilia
just my thought... :p

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