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Ducati building up to Rossi debut

Ducati has a rich history in motorsport - but the arrival of Valentino Rossi makes 2011 arguably their most significant yet...
Ducati has a rich history in motorsport - but the arrival of Valentino Rossi makes 2011 arguably their most significant yet...


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Twissta

March 08, 2011 8:05 PM

My thoughts are as follows, in the back drop of the scenes Rossi is very involved in the new development era of the Ducati. I see no reason to pay the champ so much money and not listen to him and crew, I believe that they will be on a constant upgrading curve from the gate and beyond, it will be no secret that Qatar will be the first signs of improved bike and further changes shortly thereafter. There is no way that Ducati will sit on there loins and not pay attention to the accurate feedback they they will be given, cf frame or not. It may take some time to adjust everything however it will get done with the future bike in mind even if they change the entire format and bike layout it will be a force to reckon with.. It would be awesome to see Rossi develop the bike to be a contender and for future riders to ride after he decides to retire...pay close attention guy's mark my words



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