MotoGP » Iannone drops clearest Ducati MotoGP hint


Andrea Iannone: At this stage I'd say it's almost obvious but it still has to be announced...

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Aks29 - Unregistered

September 07, 2012 3:15 PM

he deserves a ride...amazing rider... :)

hope the battle between him, bradl n marquez happens next season...good to see some new faces with talent, or else the field would have been boring after casey's departure... :)

LN - Unregistered

September 07, 2012 3:21 PM

one test and already beaten Rossis qually time...

i assume all the Rossi fans will tell that he was that fast cause Rossi made good development to bike, yeah right XD

If ur a Rossi fan - disagree :p

Ammar

September 07, 2012 3:41 PM
Last Edited 593 days ago

actually LN....being a rossi fan, id would say this is a good sign from every point of view...

rossi is already going to be riding a yam next season...now what motogp needs is as much competition/overtaking as possible....so iannone fast on that bike is just beneficial to the sport....

with nicky already fast and ianone and even dovi...if ducati manage a good engine next year, we may be in for a good year....

even bradl seemed fast on a works bike and thats what hes gonna get next year....

Wacko - Unregistered

September 07, 2012 3:47 PM

Crazy Joe and Elbowz seems to be the rumor of the week. He has had issues with tire management in moto2 so hopefully Ducati will have solved some or all of the tire wear issues by next season (a boy can dream). Aside from that he is fearless and that seems to be the only thing that works on the Ducati is to just grab it by the scruff of the neck and bend it to your will. It will be fun to watch regardless!

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