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kiwimike

March 19, 2015 4:35 AM

MotoGP » ‘The GP15 is a real Ducati’


@HRC ok lets say its stolen design .....and the japanese have never done that ???? .......ummm what about the 2 stroke tech they stole from the swedish...with out that they would of never of won a 2 stroke title so get of ya high horse .........at least gigi didn't use spies to get the info he looked and tried something similar.....that he thought of that he drew up .. (what goes around comes around... car-mar for short ) A few inaccuracies here, Suzuki was in business early in the last century making possibly the best looms in the world, after WW2, that business was collapsing so they started making a 30cc powered bicycle (as did Ducati, the Cucciola) and thereafter, small motorcycles. The "stolen design" was actually sold (supposedly for $10000.00) to Suzuki by Ernst Degner the very talented MZ works rider who defected from East Germany with the radical 2 stroke designs that were the work of Dr. Walter Karden.

kiwimike

October 18, 2014 4:14 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow credits riding style change for Ducati upturn


@some1, I guess Ducati would really have been happy to have the benefit of your expertise earlier. They have spent huge amounts of money searching for answers - and the solution is so simple. You could make a fortune as a consultant to any of the manufacturers. Who would have thought, just lower the footpegs and stay under the screen when braking? Actually, sitting up when braking slows you down faster as your body becomes an air brake, but I just love the simplicity of your solution.


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