MotoGP » Hayden, Dovizioso test Ducati 'lab' bike

“This is the first true change this year, and although it’s not as big as I’d hoped, we’re going in the right direction” – Andrea Dovizioso.

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prof-x - Unregistered

May 08, 2013 3:19 AM

its not the angle of the pistons (that's something the commentators were blathering about because it sounds coool ,,, ooo v4 oh inline 4 ooo oooo.) No the Duc's motor is not in the same place as the Honda's motor and this dramatically effects the balance and handling of the bike, plus the Honda chassis is much different than Ducati's narrow frame (at least last year's.) & that's not even going in to the swing arm or the geometry.

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