MotoGP » Dovizioso on Ducati: The bad point is now


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As to the constant comparisons between Rossi and the retiree... Hayden is the common denominator. His performances on the Ducati have fallen some what, but in truth they have remained (like the Ducati) static, simply because the Japanese bikes have left them behind. The development Engineers haven't listened to ANY of their riders, so they've stagnated. I like Nicky, although you can't escape the fact that Casey beat him by OVER riding the Ducati and Rossi beat him by UNDER riding it. Pushing means crashing. This year there is a rumour that a new engine will appear mid season. Until it does then Dovi will be top rider. If a new engine does appear we may see a return to a CF frame. Wouldn't that be something?



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