MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: 'Hard to concentrate' for poor positions

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@ lightspeed You're not the brightes apple from the tree are you? Two different bikes. Can't compare. Comparing at this point is ridicuolous. Valentino was very lucky to walk away unharmed by this. Ducati's weakness is still ever present and he's pointed this out from day 1. Front feel is non existant. Ducati needs a complete 360 degree change over. Audi needs a new GM at ducati, not hard headed, someone who takes charge and readily able to produce the changes that are needed at this level. Quite embarrasing ducati has not done so. Del Torchio needs to resign, and audi needs to name a new GM. Start fresh. If not retire from GP.

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