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Ducati starts its final test of 2012, alongside WSBK teams at Jerez

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funny - Unregistered

November 29, 2012 7:19 AM


Funny...when I see a glass of milk it reminds me of Casey. Not a good recipe for a legend in the making.

In particular, it's never a good thing when your
history description in a racing profession contains
words like 'Lactose'.

People talk and Schwantz, Rainey, Roberts etc such respect even now. 20 years later, won't be surprised to hear people refer to, 'that milk guy', 'the dude with lactose intolerance', etc etc :D

herewego - Unregistered

November 29, 2012 8:13 AM

Stoner won on the Ducati - we all know this, but he only had 1 good year!! Get it into your heads!! Stoner struggled like hell after 2007 but pushed himself and the bike so much he just about had a nervous breakdown!!! Some other riders have more sense and value their life and career so will not dod this!! It is up to Ducati and if they still refuse to see how bad their bike is then they deserve all they get - bad results!!! It is the pool rider who gets the flack though but surely this test should slap Ducati well and truly in the face!! If not, then they should pack in!!!

wjam - Unregistered

November 29, 2012 8:22 AM

I am amazed that people think superbikes are cheaper than moto2. How is a 23 engine per season Biaggi Aprilia cheaper than moto2?

Decent times though by Laverty and Sykes

steve - Unregistered

November 29, 2012 8:35 AM

alot of the wsbk teams have deninded that rumour of 20 to 30 engines, which was started by carmelo ezpeleta, i wonder why??? honda wsbk used 9 engines this season for the whole team! it was in mcn so must be true!! lol

hatta - Unregistered

November 29, 2012 9:13 AM

if it stays like this sooner or later another motogp rider or even sponsors will walk away. Identity crisis, that is what's happening now, started with the CRT bikes

GSXR1000 & DRZ400sm - Unregistered

November 29, 2012 9:27 AM


Funny...when I see a glass of milk it reminds me of Casey. Not a good recipe for a legend in the making.

In particular, it's never a good thing when your
history description in a racing profession contains
words like 'Lactose'.

People talk and Schwantz, Rainey, Roberts etc such respect even now. 20 years later, won't be surprised to hear people refer to, 'that milk guy', 'the dude with lactose intolerance', etc etc :D
Posted by funny - Unregistered (2 hours 2 minutes ago)

Do you not ride? weather Stoner had a good year or not on the Ducati....he was still sublime to watch! but I guess only people who actually could only understand?

bmw man - Unregistered

November 29, 2012 9:41 AM

And I quote
"The late Steve Hislop famously beat the 2002 MotoGP pole time of Valentino Rossi when the Scot was riding a BSB MonsterMob Ducati shod with Dunlop qualifiers. Yes, that's right, a modified shopping bike was quicker than Rossi in MotoGP. Which is as good an illustration of how good the chassis, the rider and the tyres were. Ducatis work at Donington."



goDani - Unregistered

November 29, 2012 9:43 AM

At this stage it would probably be easier for Ducati to clone Stoner and give the clones a contract than to develop that bike, lol. Probably cheaper too.

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