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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Liam48 - Unregistered

February 16, 2013 1:12 PM

@Slide Rules he achieved more points in 2010 than 2009 because in 2009 he sat out 3 races due to illness, that is... FACT!!! I hope you knew that rather than trolling the net!

The bike was worse in 2010 than 2009!

R - Unregistered

February 16, 2013 2:20 PM

At least Dovi understands the mountain they have to climb. I hope that they don't just go back to trying new forks and swingarms though.

Just about what they were doing last year! After Rossi and Heyden said they thought the D12 was at it's end. But no, Deltochio and his goons think the ducati has no problems!
Makes me wonder if Spies is gonna be fighting among the top places....

Sand facts - Unregistered

February 16, 2013 2:31 PM

I think we can tell by his record with the Ducati who was responsible for underdeveloping the ducati(if we need to blame a rider).
Casey Stoner
2007 10 wins, 2008 6 wins, 2009 4 wins, 2010 3 wins.
2007 0 dnfs, 2008 2 dnfs, 2009 4 dnfs, 2010 5 dnfs.

Dude, so you want to blame Casey for the Ducati troubles, you dont have too, just wait 80 secs and Rossi will fix it. Remember the 80 sec comment and the Stoner never pushed the Ducati.

As you appear to be so close to Rossi, at what stage over the past two years did the 80 secs start? It has never been any riders fault.

Blaming Stoner only shows your lack of understanding of the situation and your pure hate of the man that showed the world that his talent was beyond those that had come before him.

kg - Unregistered

February 16, 2013 3:32 PM

I thought I read at end of last season that Ducati was to build engines and Suter was to build the chassis, did that not happen? If not it sure looks like it should have, there thats my 2 cents worth

Roman - Unregistered

February 16, 2013 4:21 PM
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As far as the Ducati is concerned let me reiterate,
" The true blame should rest with ducati and ducati only."

EDIT by CRASH.NET! Inappropriate comments removed.

livio - Unregistered

February 16, 2013 4:34 PM

Ducati are a joke ,and that comes from a passionate italian ,they have got to swallow there pride and look at why this is failing look at why the front end problems still excist and why they are the only ones ,Audi will see the only soloution is to build a japenese bike and badge it ducati .

Md Zane - Unregistered

February 16, 2013 5:29 PM

Facts and stats don't realy tell the truth about the carbon framed Ducati

2010 bike,Casey asked all year for the smaller diameter forks(2009) and when he got them he won 3 out of 4 races with them

2009 Casey got 4 wins on it but threw a 3 race sicky with LI.
Maybe a fitter Casey would have got more out of the Duc,after returning he won 2 races out of 3 with a final DNS race

For Nicky he took his time bedding in with 2009 and it took him all yeat to come to grips with it,in 2010 Nicky was on top of it and had scorred more points than he did with his final year with Repsol even with 3 retirements.

We will never kow how good the Ducati could have been in 2011 with Casey taking the offer of arguably the best bike on the grid and a couple of whizz kids joining the team hell bent on sorting the bikes problems out in 80 seconds.

kukisan - Unregistered

February 16, 2013 8:19 PM

Not even Stacey Moaner could ride the last three seasons Ducati's he knew it was going to be carp, so he ran to Honda who had the better bike ...........

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