MotoGP » PICS: Dovizioso sends new Ducati flying


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V4Poweeeer

July 12, 2013 2:35 PM

Wow these new Ducati frames either dont agree with the riders or the riders dont agree with the frame either way this will slow down the development work they are trying to get done substantially with the new frame being destroyed along with a lab bike.

Balance

July 12, 2013 3:31 PM

Rossi did 2 place at Misano was is best result on one dry track, but is also one track where Ducati pass there life developing the bike so it was expected for then to be a bit better.. Dovi find better feelings at that track to so i will be waiting to see if they can at least fight for one 4 or 5 place

tedleaf

July 12, 2013 3:46 PM

looks like another rider lucky not to have their own bike land on them, someone is going to run out of luck oneday and get badly hurt by a falling bike.
at least modern bikes only weigh half of what my old kwaka z1 weighed,(350kl's,dry and bare, about 425 kl's wet and me on it) that would probably kill you landing on you from any height in the air.

golfnut04

July 12, 2013 4:52 PM

Oh man this is a bad situation gone worse, all these so called development bikes have a tendency to take off in full flight or slide but never stay on two wheels, i hope Hayden finds another ride before hes next on the launch pad.

jambop

July 12, 2013 6:53 PM

Dovi's @ body language is telling me he is beginning to get fed up with this Ducati already! The way he stepped off it when he pitted in practice said piece of sh** to me. I can understand why though they are going backwards again. Nicky was lucky to get away with out a couple of falls as well!

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