MotoGP » Dovizioso makes Ducati debut, praises wet set-up

Andrea Dovizioso: The Ducati is known for working well in the wet, and I can confirm that, but obviously, we have to try it in the dry.

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Wacko - Unregistered

November 13, 2012 6:27 PM

Interesting to get some fresh perspective on this situation. They'll get it sorted sooner or later. But will MotoGP still be here when they do?


November 13, 2012 6:42 PM

I think Dovi is smilling inside because he know he will have a Suter chassi that 4sure will not be worst then this patches that Ducati has been developing..ehehe I was not expecting to Audi get so involved and just manage to choke the World like this really showing the RED CARD to Preziosi BYE BYE Genius..ehehe Germans are cool they dont waste any time=).. With all this stuff Ducati will be what people whant, a proper racing bike even if its humiliating for Ducati because they try for so long defende there ideas and tradicion that have to be Audi really saying *** you its hower money here we dont whant jokes.ehehe Masochists its not on hower


November 13, 2012 7:06 PM
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@Krisztian if you can remember what happened to Hayden on the half of his first year with Ducati, then Pramac and then, Cardion AB, maybe you can imagine that what I'm talking about. Hope that I'm the only one who get him wrong.

finally - Unregistered

November 13, 2012 8:19 PM

With rossi out of the way and 4 solid riders (no more abraham or barbera thankfully), ducati finally has a chance to be competitive again. Amazing how in one single test Iannone was able to lap faster than rossi at mugello! plus dovi has shown how quick he can adapt to different bikes. I have to be honest I'm really excited for ducati next year.

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