MotoGP » Preziosi replaced in Ducati shake-up


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Only one sensible point in about 100 posts, the usual vicarious and hero worship cr@p. Anyway, on the sensible point. The 90o engine is quite an issue. Ducati have a unique motorcycle and face a cross-road. Preziosi has a sweet job now, and a future. Some reward for his inovation, or attemp to, but neither this, nor the new HO will solve the problem. The L engine works well on a road bike, just hits a limit when the extreme physics of motogp are applied. And, they can't count on another rider comming along and overcoming its deficiencies. I think their MotoGP effort is in the death throws.



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