MotoGP » Ducati not sure what’s in store at Sepang

The Factory Ducati team has reasons for both optimism and caution ahead of this weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang.

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deluded villas - Unregistered

October 19, 2012 2:21 AM

first of all is that i am not those who you suspect me with some alias like 'There There Now 'or else.
u can say Stoner is this or that far from being great all u like but it will never take anything away what i see of Stoner over is aledgedly endorsed.
yess,Stoner did nothing in lower classes compared to rossi,because of whatttt?.here is the logic:
"if Melandri could beat Stoner in 2006,why could he not beat Stoner convincingly on the same Machinery in 2008.guess what...Melandri was lucky to have a better bike to Stoner in 2006 hence he could beat him.
that rationale applies to rossi'career paths too.Rossi was just very very very luckyyyyyy

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