MotoGP » Hayden, Dovizioso stick with standard GP13 for Assen


"We'll use the same bike that we had at Barcelona" - Andrea Dovizioso.

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Garcia

June 26, 2013 10:41 AM

"Dovizioso declared that the two bikes were "very similar", while team-mate Nicky Hayden was even less likely to change after being "consistently faster" on the standard version."

Not a lot of progress with the test bike then. I was hoping Ducati would start finding improvements this year, but it looks like we may have to wait a bit longer yet.

Balance

June 26, 2013 12:03 PM
Last Edited 394 days ago

Just like was with Rossi i guess because it has to be like that, if i remember well Dovi and Hayden where all happy saying that Ducati is worcking hard on the DOG bike and they where expecting some good changes etc,, all of then run the bike give the feedback to engineers and where all happy saying that Ducati was making small setps Etc.. now that they have the product ready to use, Hayden can t be faster he dont like that sht,, and Dovi says the same is the same spaghetti from bolognese but this time has a bit more of Bullsht..ehehehe MAMA MIA

Balance

June 26, 2013 12:33 PM
Last Edited 394 days ago

Also some guys here saying, it is better for Ducati to have 4 riders trying to develop the Ducati, well has we can see it could had been all riders on the grid developing the Ducati but if the enginers at Ducati dont know what to do, the result is more less the same.. but you know when was Rossi was Rossi fault.. Guys at Ducati are so cool the Team is so Good but i started to think that they are only good to PARTY .. because is what Italians do best is there PARTYS and good loocking poeple to pictures

Garcia

June 26, 2013 2:23 PM

I wonder if Ducati have considered leasing engines to privateer teams, same as Yamaha are doing next year.. It could be interesting to see what other teams could do with it, even if they were lower spec.

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