MotoGP » Rossi concludes test, new frame for San Marino


“Based on the feedback Valentino provided, we'll bring a new frame and a new swingarm to the next race.” - Filippo Preziosi, Ducati.

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Md Zane - Unregistered

August 30, 2012 6:53 PM

Realist
Hayden has done nothing in 4 years

Fact is in his first 2 years he scored podiums,when Rossi took over the development of the bike he did.
zero, zilch, zip, nada, diddley, nowt, nothing.

Sam - Unregistered

August 30, 2012 7:38 PM

Valentino Rossi is a genius just like Frank Sinatra. Loved by many and hated by few. The reason for hating such stars is just pure jealousy, nothing else. Now you can say as many negative things about Rossi as you want, but nothing will alter the fact that VR46 is 9 times word champion and the GOAT.

Sam - Unregistered

August 30, 2012 7:48 PM
Last Edited 760 days ago

There are people here talk about something purely technical. Rossi for two seasons given the sick bike of MotoGP to ride. Ducati never fully support Rossi. for almost two seasons, Ducati produced Zero engine, Zero swing arm, a failed ECU and one new chassis.

Rossi said Ducati is not listening to me which was right. Ducati would respond if they had really listened to him or had somethign to say.

Maximusproxx - Unregistered

August 30, 2012 7:57 PM

@Sam

The surely supported his bankaccount!

And for paying that amount and not take any feedback from him and use it seems a bit off to me, they do listen, they are just a bit slow...

Sam - Unregistered

August 30, 2012 8:06 PM

@Maximusproxx

Not giving any feedback??? lol

I wonder how you made your previous comment. Rossi rides the bike, he says this bikes needs to be this way, that way...etc ok?? Then Ducati have to listen to him and do what he asks. Well so far none of his requests provided by Ducati. Can you tell me how long it took Ducati to give Rossi his first request which was the alloy chassis??? One whole season. It took one whole season to convince Ducati to change that CF chassis. Basically Rossi had no chance whatsoever in his first year. Second season, so far they only produced one new chassis which is far from a decent chassis. They had one ECU which failed. and they had no engine to test. Now I'll appreciate if you can tell me which one of Rossi's requests properly provided by Ducati???

Maximusproxx - Unregistered

August 30, 2012 8:19 PM

@ Sam

If u just take off u yellow glasses u notice i say they are slow in giving him what he wants, saying that they arent listening, to a 30 milion investment and with the idea to bring him in to make a better bike with him, thats just delusional..

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