MotoGP » Traction headache for Hayden, Rossi

"We can't find enough grip, and none of the changes we've tried so far have worked" - Valentino Rossi.

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Vilas - Unregistered

June 01, 2012 6:40 PM

This guys change the electronics and try to smooth the Devil but Damm i really understand Rossi here.. On the exit for the straight line on one onboard view we really wach the Power of the ducati, have so many power on that rpms its unbelivable he did 340 kmph on the straight.. The bike dont have big feel for make the corners with aceleration because it really have a lot of power.. they need a more elastic power band to extract the traction they need..

Forzavalentino - Unregistered

June 01, 2012 7:41 PM

The ducati will not change it's standing on the grid until the 90 degree engine is scrapped it's too big and cannot be shifted forward to load up the front . Unfortunately ducati will not scrap the 90 degree even if it was ordered by the pope so no incremental changes to chassis swing arms etc etc will never make any substantial difference, you can put a silk dress on a donkey it's still a donkey, I'm a lifelong Valentino Rossi fan and I feel he proved his ability in le mans so I say hello yamaha, Honda goodbye donkey!!! 2013 the return of the king!!!!

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