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Dr Relliscada

July 21, 2014 10:51 PM

MotoGP » Cal Crutchlow stays at Ducati


CAL: I agree with him the current Abomination is a very bad bike, but: - They will keep this line of design, not making a real ducati. - Your team mates are faster than you EVERY race. - Your team mates are trying to improve and not complaining all the time. - If you are not happy wuth your actual team/bike, go back to SBK and leave the seat to somebody with the guts and interest to race it!!!

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.


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