MotoGP » Nicky Hayden: Ducati need something big


'We found a couple little things over the course of the test... but I think we need something big' - Nicky Hayden

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prof-x - Unregistered

February 07, 2013 4:43 PM

you need Bridgestone to admit to selling Ducati short in 2009 Nicky. Nothing will change until Ducati gives up and clones the M1, or Dorna start pushing 2008 spec (or near) tires to Ducati outside the public's knowledge.

Dorna/Bridgestone need to allow Ducati to test with a different flavor of tire and for the good of the show give them a year to completely change their bike (again) or get some decent sense and start allowing teams to pick from different brands of tire, or open up the selection (under open standards/specifications.)

mike - Unregistered

February 07, 2013 5:23 PM

Abhishek:
Yeah - CS was winning all the time and never crashing during his last 2 years on the Pigati...... In fact he left and spent 2 years slagging off the team because he thought it was such a good bike.
****** SARCASM*******

oh yeah 46 - Unregistered

February 07, 2013 5:37 PM

if this bike hasnt changed much since NOVEMBER you are indeed in BIG doo doo,what have you been doing ducati? ...skiing,thats the way to win a race,nicky you deserve better,get out soon!!!

TheBiscuit

February 07, 2013 5:42 PM

we need something big. yeah like vale, j-lo, dani, mm, cal, bradl and dare i say it bradders, to all catch a mysterious illness and miss every race. then the pigati's might get a podium this year. behind esp and rdp.

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