MotoGP » Dovizioso on Ducati: The bad point is now


“There is not one big problem and if we fix that we can fight for victory” – Andrea Dovizioso.

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Rhino

February 14, 2013 11:51 AM

Nothing short of what Rossi said.
As much as I don't like kicking people when they're down, I have to say I can't see it getting any better throughout the season.

You have have hope Ducati get somewhere or there maybe the danger that they quit in a couple of years and that really would spell the end of MotoGP. So cross your fingers for them.

vic.zxr-parker - Unregistered

February 14, 2013 12:03 PM

I hope ducati an dovi, hayden sort out the problems because i'm sick of seeing just hondas an yamaz always in the spotlight. always love a david an goliath story an hope before the end of the season its getting podium status an not just a waste of another 2 years like with rossi. ducati need to be more open to changes cause the bike is still the same after so many years. i'm a big fan of hayden an i hope he sees more podiums this time round.all the best for 2013 season:)

HRC

February 14, 2013 12:23 PM

When will someone at Ducati see sense and either go back to to what they know, the trellis frame. or resurrect the carbon frame and find an advantage through developing that.

Two things are perfectly clear,

Rossis' complete and total failure to be anywhere near competitive with Ducati even after the massive changes made at his and JBs behest proves beyond doubt the carbon frame was not to blame, just like Stoner said.

Ducati will not beat the likes of Honda and Yamaha with a copycat design the Japanese have developed and refined for the last 30+ years.

Sam Jones - Unregistered

February 14, 2013 12:31 PM

Sure the Ducati is not as good as the Honda or Yamaha but I'd like to see how it goes with a really top rider such as Lorenzo on it. Perhaps it wouldn't win the championship but if Stoner could win races on it (and lots of them), then it is a potential race winning bike, so the rest is down to the rider.

RevolvingPrawn - Unregistered

February 14, 2013 12:51 PM

Quite glad that Crutchlow didn't get the Ducati ride now. Dovi was very impressive last year though, so hopefully he and Hayden will be able to work them back up to podiums at least over the next few seasons.

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