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May 08, 2012 6:35 AM
Last Edited 21 hours ago

MotoGP » Ducati: Full upgrade package for Laguna Seca

“We are following the direction he (Rossi) suggests at the best of our capability, which is not enough right now to be faster than Honda. But for sure we will try in the direction that Valentino shows us. We give Jeremy 100% freedom to define with Valentino what the best set-up is. As Ducati, our duty is just to supply material." - Preziosi Translation "If the new changes dont work blame Rossi and Burgess" Great job covering your ass Preziosi :)


May 07, 2012 6:33 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I had two problems

Get over it Ausrossi! The showboating days of Rossi riding well within his comfort zone dropping back to stage mock dogfights with riders on lesser bikes which gave them no hope of fighting back are well and truly gone. How many times did we see Rossi during those days stuff up while showing off, run off track and drop to the back of the pack only to be back to the front within a few laps? That wasn't racing that was a complete farce! What we are seeing now in Lorenzo, Pedrosa and Stoner are three consummate professionals pushing their bikes and each other to the absolute limit. This is REAL racing where one mistake can cost a race and one DNF can cost a championship.


May 05, 2012 3:38 PM

MotoGP » Red flag after de Puniet, Edwards clash

Hope Colin's ok! poor guy cant seem to catch a break lately. Hate to say it as he's one on my favourite riders but I hope he retires soon. He's on a hiding to nothing riding CRT's and the last thing he would want is to end up a physical wreck like Doohan. Would love to see him get a job as a race commentator. With his personality, humor and knowledge he would be far superior to any of the knobs doing the job currently.


May 03, 2012 4:32 PM
Last Edited 1457 days ago

MotoGP » Seeing red in Spain

Bradley seems to be a pretty decent kid with his head screwed on the right way. Hopefully it wont be long before results start coming for him. The situation with race marshals at Jerez however is beyond a joke now. Can only hope that the tracks operators will realise how bad these fools are making them look and rectify the problem, as FIM is too feckless to do anything about it


April 27, 2012 9:54 AM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi won’t walk out on Ducati

Difficult to see a future for Rossi in MotoGP beyond the end of this year. Having already burned bridges with both Yamaha and Honda, to now to be making such publicly critical statements about Ducati after just one round, you have to wonder if he's burnt 'a bridge too far' My concern however is not for the future of Rossi but for that of Ducati. How much longer can this public relations nightmare continue before they decide to pull out of MotoGP to put all of their effort back into WSBK? MotoGP can live without Rossi but to lose another manufacturer would be disastrous for the sport.

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