MotoGP » Preziosi replaced in Ducati shake-up

Filippo Preziosi replaced as general manager of Ducati Corse by Bernhard Gobmeier, Paolo Ciabatti returns

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Bazx7r - Unregistered

November 20, 2012 9:14 PM

Let me apologize in advance for going off topic

@Shamarone, agreed, that the 996 and say 1198 are world's apart in the same way that my 16 year old ZX7R is to my ZX10R but I actually prefer the old bus on trackdays.

Anyway, back on topic

Vicarious Racer - Unregistered

November 20, 2012 9:22 PM

At last!!,
The Ducati now stands a chance. It may not end up as stylish but at least it will work! And somebody else might be able to ride it.
If you want an engineering job done properly, then get the Germans involved.
Vorsprung Durch Technic!!
(apologies if I have the spelling or in fact the grammar wrong)

loony - Unregistered

November 20, 2012 10:00 PM

aww man the need somebody newi thought they was getting rid :( , preziosi is the problem why the ducati is they way it is, never listend to stoner and never listen to rossi, that is why its the hunk of crap it is today.

yes they changed alot but it still has the same problems since 2009


November 20, 2012 10:40 PM

“And you still have no proof” Posted by CRT”
I'll say it again in the hope that you'll get some help with the long words - it is futile to expect that you will ever see the written proof.
“You are hanging onto a belief that Rossi and JB are infallible.” Posted by CRT”
JB and VR confirmed what the Duc's other riders, including CS told them. So you are saying they were all wrong, which is obviously a highly unlikely scenario.
On the proven basis that it is futile to argue with an idiot I'm not going to respond any more to your bait and unreasoned imagination.

Md Zane - Unregistered

November 20, 2012 10:43 PM

Never listen to Rossi.
Ahhhh come on that bike was never the same from one race weekend to the next.

Preziosi is the fall guy for Rossis failings,that carbon frame worked it just some needed fine tuning,I tell ye what it was a far better bike than this abortion what Ducati have been left with now.

Its incredible - Unregistered

November 20, 2012 10:57 PM

After so many years of riders complain about the front end feel and Power delivery and on the dificulty to setup one Carban frame that are still very grean in terms of understanding of how to worcket properly, it show up this genius @MD ZANE Telling us that the riders are wrong, they dont know how to ride, they crash because they whant Brilliante @MD ZANE you Rock.. All bet that if one Ducati enginner tell you that the Santa Claus will show up this winter on one Ducati you will bealivet and will wait for the presents like a Kid..AHHAHAH

Its incredible - Unregistered

November 20, 2012 11:07 PM

Ahhhh come on that bike was never the same from one race weekend to the next.
Posted by Md Zane..

Really m8?? What i listen from Ducati was that the bike will have, but then the time come and the updates never arrive.. they had some updates on chassi but most of the wrorck was done this year, last year was only words many WORDS.. CLASS ACT Ducati

Md Zane - Unregistered

November 21, 2012 12:22 AM

Hello Vilas
No upgrades to the 2011 Chassis,lets see after the first test it was changed,then arrived the gp11.1, then the carbon alloy airbox.

The 2012 started off with a alloy frame with a tilted back motor with variouse different mountings, engine positions,swingarms +++

They didn't listen to Stoner they shouldnt have listend to Rossi

Pinky - Unregistered

November 21, 2012 1:21 AM

@ Dont blame Ducati

pathetic and bias Rossi hate talk. Ducati didn't give Rossi a back worth his time despite the them trying. they didn't get the job done so staff get sacked. nothing 2 do with Rossi, he has shown he can ride with multi championships...Ducati are at fault and now at last the board are doing what they should of done to you believed Ducati.

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