MotoGP » Ducati plays down new bike rumours

"So far the lab bike is still a lab bike, still experimental" - Bernhard Gobmeier, Ducati.

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jbyo - Unregistered

May 31, 2013 5:08 AM

BMW is at a loss without this guy. I saw steady progress throughout past 4years in WSBK. I think he might surprise us with some good direction from the Red team. I would like to see Hayden podium before Andrea.
I want competition back, cause WSBK Monza 2013 Race 1 was sick!

AUS - Unregistered

May 31, 2013 6:07 AM

I like this guy ,thats the proper engineerig way to go put new parts on the bike and make sure they work or they dont before changing anything else,I think by the end of this year they could get a podium or two.

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