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Ducati riders ready for Wrooom

The 2012 edition of the Ducati/Ferrari Wrooom Press Ski Meeting starts on Tuesday.
Ducati MotoGP stars Valentino Rossi and Nicky Hayden arrived at Madonna di Campiglio, Italy, on Monday ready for this week's 22nd edition of the Wrooom Press Ski Meeting.

Tuesday will see the Ducati riders participate in a press conference, while Wednesday will be the turn of Filippo Preziosi (Ducati Corse general manager) and Stefano Domenicali (Ferrari team principal).

Thursday will then see attention switch to Ferrari F1 drivers Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa.

The event concludes on Friday, with the spectacular kart and auto exhibition involving the riders and drivers on the town's frozen lake. However, Hayden's recent shoulder and rib injuries - during a training accident - mean he is likely to be a spectator.

Not on the schedule is the usual symbolic unveiling of the latest Ducati Desmosedici MotoGP machine. That, it seems, will have to wait until the opening test of 2012, which starts at Sepang on January 31st.



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I know your right - Unregistered

January 10, 2012 10:13 AM

Stoner beat Massa in the Kart race last time out, let's see if Rossi can do the same. I love how the top comment says 'i hope Ducati get a good bike and the racing isn't boring like the last 2 years' ... funny that, Rossi didn't win the title those years right ? There is a huge difference between a Rossi fan and a MotoGP fan.



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