MotoGP » Ducati explains Desmosedici GP10, 'big bang' return.

Wednesday saw the official unveiling of Ducati’s 2010 MotoGP contender, the Desmosedici GP10, at the Italian ski resort of Madonna di Campiglio.

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January 25, 2010 12:07 AM


That's a good point about starting each race from the back of the grid, however, it would depend on the lap time difference between a long life engine and a short life engine.

If the average race is 25 laps then I reckon the lap time difference between the two engines would have to be at least a second a lap to allow a top rung rider to get to the front after starting from the rear of the grid.

This all hot air of course until testing starts with the 2010 engines

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