MotoGP » All Ducatis fall in Friday practice

All four Ducati MotoGP riders hit the deck during day one of the German Grand Prix.

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July 12, 2013 7:37 PM

Aprillia this is Ducati, do you have any spare frames laying around , used frames will do, please deliver to Borgo Panigale oh and what type of payment ? we can pay with used Audis or new AAA PR GP13 , and we need 4 frames rushed to Dresden also.


July 12, 2013 7:38 PM
Last Edited 1021 days ago

Holy sht, this is so bad that if i was one rider of Ducati i would talck with my partners at worck and i would suggest one strike at one Gp..lolol Its better for then to join forces they are 5 riders, why they not go to bologna and just complain with factory..AHAH

Worckers have rights, give us better condicions to worck..ehehe


July 12, 2013 7:40 PM

They should all just pull a Spies and go tour dealerships and take in paychecks. At first I thought he was lazy, but maybe he is smart to stay off the duc as long as possible.


July 12, 2013 9:36 PM
Last Edited 1021 days ago

aw geez... now nicky too...? yeah, you've definitely overshot it. the frames, the swingers, even the suspension settings. it's all TOO STIFF. audi, I know you've got a vested interest in aluminum being pioneers and all, but you've gotta green light the advanced trellis now...? yes...? like I said, just as a parallel program. A/B comparison. you don't have to throw out the "aluminum baby" with the "billet" bathwater just yet. early days.


July 12, 2013 9:49 PM

If Cal Crutchlow's ego decides to push him to ride a factory Ducati in 2014, will anybody sympathise when he goes the way of Dovi (who must be SO fed up!)

If you do it Cal, it better be for an AWFUL lot of money!!!


July 12, 2013 10:47 PM
Last Edited 1021 days ago

the frame still outsourced, like in rossi days? why not make a trellis frame base on gp06 that proven race winner ? even a wildcard could won race on dat bike .

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