MotoGP » Max Biaggi to test Ducati MotoGP bike!


Max Biaggi reported to be riding Ducati MotoGP bike at Mugello this week.

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Ducati - Unregistered

June 05, 2013 12:27 AM

Ahhh.....no.
Stoner WON on the Ducati. He handed a WINNING bike to Rossi....last three races in succession no less...and Rossi proceeded to lap two seconds per lap off the pace, crash, moan, whinge, and get lapped by the CRT's.

Really? - Unregistered

June 05, 2013 5:52 AM

Actually rossi put in race times that were equal to or better than stoners at some tracks from the year before. The biggest problem for Ducati is that Yamaha have improved a ton the last few years and they have not.

Really - Unregistered

June 05, 2013 5:57 AM

I meant to say yamaha and Honda. Suzuki and Kawasaki pulled out because they weren't willing to spend the money to go racing just to lose every race. What is it with this obsession everyone has with always **** talking Valentino? My god just enjoy the show.

AUS - Unregistered

June 05, 2013 11:11 AM

@Guna
Mate are you for real I have followed GP for over 50 yrs and I keep hearing about the battles,what bloody battles when rossi was on the best machinery in the paddock he would coast around with the rest of the pack and with 10 laps to go would say see you later and finish up winning by 10 seconds because nobody else had the machinery to stay with him,and you call that a battle give me a break,it wasnt a battle it was a joke.

scooter22

June 05, 2013 7:48 PM

This is all designed by Yamaha to Kick Rossi in the BUTT! Max on a second rate ducati wouldn't really be a worry for Rossi no matter how bad he is riding. Funny how Max was on the Yamaha timing stand for the whole of the Mugello race!! read into it what you want! Me thinks funny things are afoot and this is a wind up between Max and JLO you have to admit its funny!!

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