MotoGP » Dovizioso: We knew it would be difficult


'We still have to decide which parts we can bring to the second test. Unfortunately, we need time to try something big' - Andrea Dovizioso

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XXX - Unregistered

February 08, 2013 1:56 AM

Get a japanese bike and copy it. That is the only way! They can change riders all they want, or even get Stoner which I doubt will accept an offer from them, but if they do not have the bike nothing will work! They should have known this since the year Stoner was not able to repeat his championship!

Ros - Unregistered

February 08, 2013 1:53 AM

The rcv and m1 have been improved tremendously since 2010 and gp is still where it was or perhaps evn worse .but one thing really is strange is that how rossi was able to be just 4 secs behind in the san marino race behing jlo . And even last year testing rossi was under 1 sec at sepang test on gp 12 atleast for some hours

Ros - Unregistered

February 08, 2013 1:47 AM

Rossi is still damn right about ducs engine dat it cannot deliver the horsepower smoothly to the ground . Still according to me they should change their engg principles and move to inline or v configuration instead of that silly L 90 degree .or atleast change its angle of inclination in the chassis .

One thing is now clear that rossi was not wrong and ducs engineers are solely responsible !!!

jjjjime - Unregistered

February 08, 2013 1:35 AM

@Dacron

I never said he did nothing with it in terms of riding, that'd be a really ignorant statement. However, can't argue that he did much to improve the bike with his time with Ducati.

Pauly73 - Unregistered

February 08, 2013 1:34 AM

The problem is that honda and yamaha are so good at the moment. Ducati is still the 3rd fastest bike in the world but the japs are to strong and have to much experience and resources for prototype bikes compared to ducati. I own a ducati and this makes me love my bike even more cos I know it can't be tamed and it excites me every time I ride it. It's the superbikes that makes them money but if they continue like this it will send them broke. But Audi will pull the pin if they go in that direction

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