MotoGP » Qatar MotoGP: Seventh reflects 'reality' says Dovi

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He should think himself lucky he is riding the bike after VR NH and JB have done some work on it. In that race he did nothing that Rossi or Hayden has not done with the bike before. He did one good qualifying lap and started well but went back like he was dragging an anchor. He is going to have to get used to disappointment because that is a good track for Ducati there are tracks where they will not go so well. Its exactly the same as it was for Rossi last season there is something that is just not quite right with that bike if they can fix it the bike could start winning again but they must sort it out before the malaise sets in for Dovi. He is not as good a rider as the other top boys so he needs that bike sorted!

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