MotoGP » Dovizioso explains Ducati gains, weakness

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When Stoner won his Motogp championship on The Duc it was by far the best bike out there, leaving the Japs to play catch up. When they got their act together the Duc was going backwards in development and Stoner had to ride even harder and never looked like winning a further championship on that bike hence the jump to Honda. If anyone thinks Stoner is the best ever have a look at some old races when he was trying to ride 2 strokes he fell off more times than he crossed the finish line. Only winning 2 championship in his 12 year career both on the best bikes out at the time You cannot even start to compare Stoner to the likes of Surtees, Ago, Reed, Sheene, KR snr, Rossi, Doohan, Gardner, Lawson, and not forgetting Freddie Spencer who won 250 and 500 Championships in the same year. All hard riding men and proper racers The Duc will never ever win another championship while there are jap bikes on the grid unless they get an extra 200cc like in WSBK

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