MotoGP » Rossi, Hayden lacking grip at Le Mans

“This afternoon we tried some bike settings that were quite varied” – Valentino Rossi.

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Rob - Unregistered

May 18, 2012 9:41 PM

And it starts again with limp wrist another fine rossi stoner fan boy match
There should be another comments page for them and one for real race talk!!!!

Westminister - Unregistered

May 18, 2012 11:16 PM

Ducati needs to get a rider with "DEVELOPMENT" skills.
Th current chap is in a state of perpetual confusion.

The more he "DEVELOPS" the slower it gets.

Remember the good old days with Casey on the Ducati - winning races, pole positions.

Now we just have the old chap with a 9th place in qualifying a major achievement!



May 18, 2012 11:55 PM

ross, you and the OWB just need to punch out on the D16 and come on over to WSBK. corse's spread too thin. i don't know how technical you are...? but if needed, have burgess do a check and advise on the panigale. you will see/learn that it is every bit "the grandprix of V-twins". :D

with casey's retirement set to trigger the final death spiral for motoCRT, it's a now a forgone conclusion that VW/audi will get ducati back to it's roots and reactivate the legendary infostrada/fila/xerox team..!!! look for an announcement near season's end.

ducati's strongest hand to play now rests with going all in on supporting the 1199 they've slaved to create. no worries, the D16's V4 will be saved and incorporated into the superbike line-up, but not for another 3 or 4 model years in the future.

Gondya bhau - Unregistered

May 19, 2012 2:47 AM

even lorenzo faced rear grip issues my dear haters....and with this ducati and its engine, you know too well how hard it is getting power down to the ground...

you cant insult a guy or both of them for their development when the work is not over.....let them get the problems sorted, then see their result and then say stuff....

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