MotoGP » Rivals ponder cause of Ducati crashes

"When I was at Ducati there were a few incidents where we would have a bunch of Ducatis down at the exact same point" - Casey Stoner.

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hmmm - Unregistered

June 16, 2012 11:05 PM

yamaha front office secretary: allo, yamaha racing, how may i help you?
valentino: ciao, it's vale, may i speak with lin jarvis please? this is urgent!!

Ozzy Madey - Unregistered

June 16, 2012 11:31 PM

So they have changed almost everything about that motorcycle and yet it has all the same characteristics of the same bike from 4 seasons ago?
I can't help but think it would help Ducati if there was another tyre war with companies throwing custom spec items at the riders. Seems the only thing Ducati can't change at the moment.

JL#1 - Unregistered

June 17, 2012 12:03 AM


how is that. Anything Stoner says is moaning, correct?
If he commented on his Ducati it's moaning, we all know that, correct?
If he comments on his Honda, it's moaning, we know that too, correct?
Now, if he is not riding the Ducati and he IS commenting on Ducati, why is that not moaning?

wadcutter - Unregistered

June 17, 2012 12:25 AM


Hahahah you should know by now these lot are far too serious to have a laugh.

Elias has signed for HRC Repsol to replace Stoner next see what happens, 419 disagrees and complete attacking!!


June 17, 2012 1:36 AM

Repsol riders are blaming Bridgestone for basically making front ends chatter. But they are the only riders complaining and it seems that Bautista's not been doing that bad lately with those same rubbers on a Honda.

Ducati's crashes have nothing to do with tires.
Don't get fooled by Pedrosa's quote, Honda Repsol wants an open war with Bridgestone and change (again) the rules to get their customized tires back.

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