MotoGP » Season finale signals new beginning for Ducati


'Tomorrow we'll begin with the first tests of the 2014 season, with a new structure headed by Luigi Dall'Igna, to whom I would like to give a warm welcome and offer best wishes' - Claudi Domenicali

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Joeski

November 11, 2013 12:53 AM

I think people forget that Nicky is no slouch... When he had the right tool he won a world title. I get it.. He is not a winning rider but on the right machine he can battle up front. Those ducatis will see his rear end all year on that honda... But I do not want to slag Ducati because the better they do, the better the overall interest in the championship.

Joeski

November 11, 2013 12:53 AM

I think people forget that Nicky is no slouch... When he had the right tool he won a world title. I get it.. He is not a winning rider but on the right machine he can battle up front. Those ducatis will see his rear end all year on that honda... But I do not want to slag Ducati because the better they do, the better the overall interest in the championship.

Ammar

November 11, 2013 3:59 AM

2 things Ducati is known for....

firstly, its always next year....

secondly, quoting "with a new structure headed by Luigi Dall'Igna"....the only new stuff ducati gets is bosses and department heads....bike stays the same

shamarone

November 11, 2013 4:19 AM
Last Edited 413 days ago

re: "From that picture I thought they were torching this years bikes!"

that's correct, as we know from Greek Mythology, Fiery Phoenix's can only rise from the ashes of their predecessor.

Gigi showed up with some nitrocellulose (he's a movie buff), and having finished his day early, Cal walked over from T3 with a lit cigarette. right then, let's get this over with. 2014 starts NOW...!!! (finger flicks)

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