MotoGP » Dovizioso switches to 'new' Ducati


"For the first time, Andrea will bring the 'new' bike for a race weekend" - Vittoriano Guareschi.

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pcxmac

July 09, 2013 2:27 PM

there is no guarantee the Suzukis can do any better on race pace. Its all about traction control and who Bridgestone is building their tires around.

All Ducati need are someone like Michelin to enter the championship and offer tires for their bike. Ducati might even be faster over a race if that was the case, than either Honda or Yamaha, most certainly Yamaha.

Balance

July 09, 2013 4:27 PM

pcxmac

What Ducati needs is some briliante minds that really understand what is the probleme and how to fix that mess!! You guys come with tyres again , the tyres are the same for all and they teste this tyres and build there bikes around then.. For many years at Wsbk i also listen to people saying that If Pirelli would build one tyre for kawasaki then kawasaki would win esay but that never happen, Pireli did there worck and Kawasaki have to find ways of extract more of the tyres.. Was kawasaki that have to worck to stay at the game and now they are loocking preety good... And i guess Pirelli is Italian manufacter they would never whant to help one Jap brand because they have Aprilia and Ducati to defende..lolo ALSO i dont bealive on this bullsht of conspiracy with tyres only some lunatics think they know all.. Manufacters dont sleep tyres are crucial and all of then know exacly what bridgestone is doing!! before races Bridgstone allways informe if they will bring somethingh new to th

Balance

July 09, 2013 4:28 PM

informe if they will bring somethingh new to the race, on practices they are allways loocking for riders to have some feedback about the performance... I think Ducati is good enaught to find there solutions, insted of having people crying about tyres like if they have to Fix Ducati defects!! I bealive on Bridgstone Honesty and fair play on the Sport i bealive on Motogp True about results, only the best win and if Honda or Yamaha Win is because they deserve they worck better end of story

Balance

July 09, 2013 4:32 PM

The only mafia that i wach on motorsport was the start of Ducati winning at WSBK with the rules of 1000cc Vtwin against 750cc four Cil.. That was a real mafia where the sport was rule by Italians that where allways making shure that Ducati have what they need to be more then competitives.. They build that name around one fantasy, that is the mx of good loocks and great sound.. People would not even care about the rules because people enjoy Ducati winning..!! I also love Vtwins engines but true was proved by Honda when they build there Vtwin and storm Ducati.. after this rules start changing if they whanted to keep any Jap brand on this competicion

pcxmac

July 09, 2013 5:40 PM

@Balance, get a clue, there is a reason why Ducati sucked after 2009, and it's because Bridgestone built a tire around king Rossi's Yamaha, why do you think they absolutely destroyed every other make in 2009?

A clue for the people with out, cause they have no reason and hope for a rhyme.

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