MotoGP » Career best for top Ducati Iannone

"I pushed hard to follow the Factory Yamahas and Hondas. It wasn't possible for the full distance but I had a good feeling" - Andrea Iannone.

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April 28, 2014 8:35 AM
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Great great ride by Ianone !
I didn't liked him for his Rossi imitation, but his riding has been incredible in 2014.
I really hope he keeps improving this year, makes for racing and for the sport a huge favor.


April 28, 2014 8:50 AM

Brilliant ride from Iannone, made the Ducati look like a good bike.
Shame for Ducati that Dovi had problems in his race.

Ducati have engine problems this season, I wonder what they've changed.


April 28, 2014 1:38 PM

MotoGP performance of the day, no question.

This is probably true for the previous COTA round as well

Terrific competitive effort from Iannone, his body language and hard charging meant anyone who wanted to get by had to fight for it and earn it, and that he's not afraid to mix it with anyone.

Those of Rossis worst kind of supporters should also grow up and get off Bradls case. The lad was just doing his job and trying to race, and VR himself has pulled MUCH more iffy manoeuvres himself in his time, including using others as a Berm to make a turn while punting the guy on the outside into the kitty litter. Get over it, children.


April 28, 2014 6:05 PM

Great job by Iannone. I actually like what he is doing with the Pramac (under the concessions/Qualifying format). He's flying, and he's looking really comfortable on the bike. Even though he falls back in the race, he makes the first 1/3 of the race exciting by dicing it up front. In fact, both he and Dovi have done well to dice up front (and take advantage of mishaps by other riders). Loving the battles!

Dr Relliscada

April 28, 2014 7:10 PM

Great riding in podium positions for a while... but it was clear that it was ********, as the bike had great understeering and savage sideslides...
The Abomination is a bad bike, but Andrea made us enjoy with his riding skills.

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