MotoGP » Weather spoils Ducati's first MotoGP test of 2013

"We squeezed three days of work into about five hours, which obviously required skipping some of the steps we had planned" - Bernhard Gobmeier, Ducati.

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Dan - Unregistered

January 21, 2013 8:45 PM

as much hate Ducati get i hope they sort something good out this year with 3 new riders im sure they can find something to work with one of the riders.


January 21, 2013 11:07 PM

I know it would cost more but why not do your winter testing in the southern hemisphere while it's summer? Phillip island? Welkom? Even sepang is unstable weather wise, to close to the equator. Dorna should Build an international testing track in western Australia it's rained twice here in three months, and even then it wasn't hard and the days that followed were sunny :P


January 21, 2013 11:22 PM

Speaking of testing, there are rumors that Honda would be testing in Austin come early March. Anybody know if there is any truth to this?

As for this, while I'm not a ducati guy I really hope they get their testing up to speed because its quite a shame they've haven't really been that competitive given thier status as factory team.

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