MotoGP » Rookie Iannone top Ducati on final day


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Indeed, good to see Iannone doing well. As for improvements, as long as the front-end/cornering issue is not fixed, i can't see any real improvement coming apart from the odd 0.2-0.4s = "small step forward etc.".. As soon as they find the root of the problem and fix it, they're going to be at least 1s faster and a real threat to the Hondas and Yamahas. The only other option is to adapt to the bike and push over the limit like Casey.



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