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Will Ducati win in MotoGP 2013?

Will Andrea Dovizioso, Nicky Hayden, Ben Spies or Andrea Iannone achieve something Valentino Rossi could not - win a MotoGP race for Ducati?
Ducati has won 31 MotoGP races since its 2003 debut, but the most recent was on October 17, 2010 - at the Australian Grand Prix with Casey Stoner.

The two winless seasons since mark Ducati's longest victory drought in MotoGP - but do you think the factory's revised line-up of Andrea Dovizioso (factory), Nicky Hayden (factory), Ben Spies (Pramac) and Andrea Iannone (Pramac) will put the Italian brand back on the top step in 2013?

Hayden, Dovizioso and Spies are all former MotoGP race winners, albeit on Japanese machinery, while Iannone is a MotoGP rookie. Ducati state that all four of its riders will have full factory support this year.

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Hayden , Dovizioso, Spies and Iannone  unveil GP13 (Pic: Ducati).
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Dovizioso, Valencia MotoGP tests, November 2016
Iannone, Valencia MotoGP tests, November 2016
Iannone, Valencia MotoGP tests, November 2016
Iannone, Valencia MotoGP tests, November 2016
Dovizioso, Valencia MotoGP tests, November 2016
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Iannone, Valencia MotoGP 2016
Dovizioso, Stoner, Crutchlow, Valencia MotoGP tests, November 2016

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