Crash.Net User: DucatiMatty

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June 12, 2012 4:52 PM

MotoGP » Rossi 'one-season disadvantage’, Hayden excited

I'm sick of his excuses..!! Can't wait until he piss's off on to a Gresini Honda. Ducati have bent over backwards for him, and yet he can't deliver. I accept that the bike is not the easiest to set up and get right, but Stoner did it year after year. When he arrived he said "I won't change the bike to be like a Yamaha", yet here we are with a Aluminium swing arm and Twin spar Frame. Just paint it blue Vale it might make you go faster..


October 04, 2011 4:36 PM

WSBK » Toni Elias to WSBK on a Ducati?

Danilo Petrucci will be on top Ducati gear next year, his testing role alongside Troy Bayliss on the new 1199 Panigale has given him the chance to impress Ernesto Marinelli and Ducati Corse, i was under the impression that Ducati would like to keep Danilo in SSTK next year to win the title on the new bike, while Davide Giugliano will step up to WSBK alongside Carlos in the Althea Team, which will continue to get Factory Support. Like @Rawdawg said the Liberty bikes aren't slugs, there last years Factory bikes, with this years up dates on.. Top bike!! Good Luck to Elias, he's a good rider, but i must admit.. I would like to see youth on a Ducati instead of the old hands, maybe Chaz Davies..?? His Park and Go Team are rumoured to be talking about running a Duke.


June 19, 2011 9:02 PM

WSBK » Checa ‘will learn his lesson’ after costly crash

Fortunately for Biaggi and Melandri, the old Carlos made a appearance today. He looked panicked and flustered under pressure, admittedly he didn't have the ultimate pace of Max & Marco, but in the first race he should of just settled for 3rd and taken the points, saying that, no racer wants to settle for a podium when they think they can win. Brno will be difficult for Carlos, i hope he learns from today and stays calm and smooth.


June 13, 2011 3:06 PM

WSBK » Checa, Ducati pull clear with ‘double double’

Yep your right he's the only Ducati positive this year, but.. What a positive. The oldest bike on the grid (development wise), a 38 year old rider thats never been a World Champion, a team that's offically not a Factory Team (We know it is though).. So hats off to him and the Team. Can't wait for next year, new bike, with the 1 plate on. And Bayliss back?


May 30, 2011 12:47 AM

BSB » Lowes: This is for Stuart

What a fantastic achievement, just take a moment to think about the amount of setting up a superbike at this level takes, it's no easy task. And remember Alex first jumped on the bike this weekend, it makes pole position a astonishing achievement. And when you think he's still a young man, and very much still learning his trade.. It makes what he's just done AMAZING.. Well Done Alex. I'm so pleased that he praised Stuart and the work he's done. The Lowes twins are future World Champions..!!

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