MotoGP » Ducati set to kick-start post-Rossi era


Ducati will take the wraps off its latest MotoGP contender at Wrooom 2013, with Andrea Dovizioso, Nicky Hayden, Andrea Iannone and Ben Spies all in attendance.

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Elton - Unregistered

January 12, 2013 11:24 AM

They'd be better off pretending Rossi never arrived and recomencing development of the carbon frame concept. I'd love to see how far they wold have come with that design if they'd stuck with it the last two years, certainly couldn't be any worse than where they're at now.

Vilas

January 12, 2013 12:50 PM

This guys really have to say thankx to Rossi for been a very determined person and for be so percistent.. Ducati has been Worcking on some requestes that Rossi whanted, like the new Engine im terms of Power delevery, this will be the 2 year with aluminum frame wish give them more experience, and Now the Genius Preziosi is out of the way and they can start worcking on other stuff that Preziosi would never worck because you know Ducati have tradicion BLA BLA BLA.. They can showup with somethigh much better but to be honest i dont trust more on Ducati Team.. They have to prove there worck for i bealive they know somwthingh about bikes.. They are for Long time im Motogp and only on the 2 first years of 800cc bikes they where fast, then after that Ducati was like one Suzuki

samas

January 12, 2013 12:56 PM

I really hope Ducati do really well this year, so even though my two favourite riders are riding Ducati this year I won't mind too much which one of them does the best as I'll be cheering for the bike, go you good thing bring back the glory years or at least part of them.
@The bait.
Good name I think you have some posters baffled hence the even spread of votes.
I assume you are taking the p*ss.

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