MotoGP » Dovizioso, Hayden give 'lab' Ducati lukewarm verdict


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AIm just glad go to yamaha, if he had stay at Ducati even with all promises of Audi Etc if he had stay would be to get even more depressed and retire erlier.. I just whant to give this exemple when Rossi arrive on Yamaha in 2004, he had diferente engines to test and has we know he chosse the engine that Forusawa was worcking on the famus Crossplane, the engine was very low on Power but the way the rider could use the Power was also very diferente and Rossi think this is really good and has we see it start a revolution for Yamaha and they start winning, but if Rossi didnt whant to use Yamaha had there favorit engine with the 5 valve sistem that Yamaha enjoy a lot it had more power but they never Win nothingh with that, so Rossi and the engine selection did all this diference from Losser to winner.. Ducati like Ferrari one of the parts they honor more is the engine so nobody will ever argue if Ducati engine is the probleme also because its the engine that should have the highest horsepow



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