MotoGP » Dovizioso in line for Ducati ride


Andrea Dovizioso tipped to take over Valentino Rossi's factory Ducati MotoGP seat for 2013.

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Sam - Unregistered

August 13, 2012 5:07 PM

Rossi to Ducati: Where are the updates you promised??

Ducati's answer after almost 2 years: Some updates could be ready by we don't know when.

Rossi: where's the Engine you said could be ready by laguna??

Ducati: We don't know when it will be ready!!

Said Rossi: Your ECU failed!!

Ducati: That's what we can afford!!

Said Rossi: Honda gave a completely new bike to Pedrosa to see if he likes it, what can you give me??

Sorry: we could only afford one and half of a chassis for you to test.

Rossi&Co: F***ing hell, You wanna win or what??

Ducati: We don't know.

Rossi&Co: Sorry fellas, time's up. Byebye.

Ducati totally failed them.

Vilas

August 13, 2012 5:26 PM
Last Edited 856 days ago

was not onlt politics when Dovi say he enjoy a lot the feelings him Yamaha, was not only to say to Yamaha Hello guys i whant the factory.. The realaty is that Yamaha suit him iven more then him Honda bike.. Well if Ducati dont improve the bike him some departments until 2013 we can only expect a big shock from Dovi but you know has usually he will say he like the bike as the others but thats the part they are trying to be nice to the Team because if they starting there worck for the this bike is bullsht, the Team will not have to much motivacion.. Anyway only Ducati worcking really worcking will change this.

leefoth32 - Unregistered

August 13, 2012 5:55 PM

pedrosa and marquez at honda

hayden and dovi at ducati

looks like next years championship is well up for grabs for lorenzo and rossi

bet the CRT's will be closer to the front than ducati and honda!

Marc - Unregistered

August 13, 2012 5:58 PM

I understand the desire for Dovi to be on a factory team and can understand feeling jilted at Honda after a decent but not overly productive time on the factory team and even thinking he could be on the Factory Yam team but things happen. Who expected Stoner to retire or Spies to do a pre-emptive bail from the team however it's likely he would have been let go due to poor results from the factory team. That said, the Ducati is very slowly moving in a better direction than when Rossi started there 2 yrs ago so if Dovi does go to Duc he may have a lil'easier time than Rossi.

Marc - Unregistered

August 13, 2012 6:02 PM

leefot besides Rossi and Lorenzo you can't leave out Pedrosa however Marquez being new at this level is no guarantee he'll do great his first year. Watching a few Moto2 races this year I'm not convinced he'll be great off the bat next year.

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