MotoGP » Rookie Iannone top Ducati on final day


"I am very happy with this test because I'm fast" - Andrea Iannone.

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Seth - Unregistered

March 26, 2013 12:39 PM

Another rider with a lot of talent who will never properly shine and get the proper respect for not being on one of the top 4 bikes.

That's unless Ducati keeps progressing as fast as they are.

Nick636

March 26, 2013 1:47 PM

I am so happy Crazy Joe got the step up.

The Duc could suit him, he seldom worries about taking it easy and opts rather for the "Ride the wheels off it" tactic... It worked for Casey!

PatrickD

March 26, 2013 5:57 PM

The championship needs this guy on this brand to make an impact more than anything else. As much as Ducati are slagged off, I doubt there are many here who don't want them to improve.
Go on my son!

Realist

March 26, 2013 6:02 PM

@ Patrick D

You're right, us Ducati fans would like to see the red bike competitive, but with so many seasons of "more or less the same performance" outside of Stoner's ability, most aren't holding their breath.


@ Seth

The Ducati isn't progressing dude. It was wet, and everybody else was slow. Dovi and Hayden have already stated that they are using last year's bike and really nothing has changed going into 2013. The Ducati does well on a fresh tire, but we all know that tire only lasts a few laps.

The Bad Guy - Unregistered

March 26, 2013 7:26 PM

@Realist
Your wrong the Ducatis have improved,other riders were lapping in the 1:39s which is right around the course record and The GP13 was within 1.5 seconds on Saturday in the Dry.By mid season the bike will be competitive.After two years of going in the wrong direction it will take time to right the ship.

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