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Dr Relliscada

July 10, 2014 9:44 AM

MotoGP » Dani Pedrosa re-signs for Honda

No surprise. Dani is the best wingman available, makes podiums, and develops the bike. Honda man since Movistar Cup. lorenzo will probably keep on Yamaha. Other possibilities are the still to know Suzuki and the already knew as "carrer-killer" Ducati. Dovi is catching the pace when circunstances help on the Ducati, and things can only go better. Everybody will try to keep his seat except Crutclow, who deserves a BSB privateer.

Dr Relliscada

May 26, 2014 7:01 PM

MotoGP » 'Same story' for Dovizioso, Crutchlow and Ducati

MotoMarc: TrueFan at first Ducati didn't listen to Rossi it took him a whole season to prove the monocoque frame was c-rap before switching to a conventional frame the second season he was with them in 2012. As Duc didn't have a conventional frame experience it has taken them a few years to develop that experience and needed changes which they're stil working on.
Ducati DID listen to Rossi, the actual bike is the evidence. But as ducati does not have experience at building japanese bikes, the results are a disaster. Carbon monocoque had a big future in sight. When you are a littel factory your opportunity is making things different. Nobody builds better hondas than honda.

Dr Relliscada

May 19, 2014 10:17 AM

MotoGP » 'Same story' for Dovizioso, Crutchlow and Ducati

TopDogg: Same problem for 4years or more..I'm starting to think Ducati engineers aren't as effective or as good as the Japanese guys. They need to hire a few of those geeks and improve..esp if they want Lorenzo in the team As for Jorge winning another championship...I can't see it happening,he has only one riding style and that was a great advantage @ one point..but ultimately his downfall coz he can't adapt to another style
Those 4 years the problem was the same: DELTABOX. Before Rossis Abomination Ducati had issues but hit victories and podiums. Ducati engineers are quite good at building Ducatis but quite bad at building Honda VFR clones. This year they need a new/old bike starting from GP06/07 or leave MotoGP. No fast pilot will come to this bike to end its career this way. As for the championship... I am sorry but the questions are if Marquez wins ALL races and who will make second.

Dr Relliscada

May 19, 2014 6:36 PM

MotoGP » 'Same story' for Dovizioso, Crutchlow and Ducati

Codger: Dr Relliscada......."Before Rossis Abomination Ducati had issues but hit victories and podiums." Before you use the term 'Rossi's Abomination' you need to work out whether you are a Stoner fanatic or a Rossi hater.
I am an Stoner fan, and a Ducatista, so I hate Rossi for what he made to OUR bike. I do own 2 Dukes, both with Trellis frames. Capirex, and even Elias on the private made good results in the Duke. In 2006 before the Montmelo disaster Capirex was dominating the championship. Bayliss came to Cheste as a guest to fill a gap and won the race on the GP06. Ducati is more than a name for us, and a Ducati on a Deltabox is like a sleeping with your enemy.

Dr Relliscada

May 17, 2014 7:18 AM

MotoGP » Understeer woe for Crutchlow

SuperSick58: Let me help Ducati a little with their problem. I noticed the Ducati looks like it has a longer wheelbase than the Honda or Yamaha. The longer the wheelbase, the slower/harder it is to turn. Try shortening the wheelbase. I usually charge for this service but because I like Ducati's I'll give my expertise for free.
That had been always there, and even classic street sport Dukes as the 999 where that way. Succesful ducati riders (when they were ducatis and was any success) as Checa, Bayliss, Stones or Capirex slide a lot, make turns in triangles and turn the bike on the gas. Cal was supposed todo so also.

Dr Relliscada

May 02, 2014 7:43 PM

MotoGP » Dovizioso 'unlucky' after tyre, engine trouble

Dr Relliscada:
Dr Relliscada: The place for the Abomination (I can not call it a Ducati) is behind all official Hondas and Yamahas and some of the other japs. I hope bad results continue and the riders get a true ducati they can enjoy riding.
You're still on that BS? What exactly is a "true" Ducati? Is it one with a single sided swingarm? Is it one with a trellis frame versus a traditional frame? Is it one with a dry clutch or a wet clutch? I mean, if you look at the Ducati's made throughout the years, all of them have ventured one way or the other.
90 L engine stressed to the frame, swingarm in the crankcase and trellis or monocoque frame. Surely NOT a Deltabox.
I suppose that Ducati [as a company] are more progressive thinkers (now) than some of their fans.
If making the same as the japs but worse is a progress...

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