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March 16, 2014 11:44 AM

MotoGP » Ducati Open or Factory? The wait continues…

SkyWilk: ...because Rossi and Others wanted what Stoner and Ducati had, and NOW you talk about unfair advantage?? Hell, i am not a Ducati fan, but this sport is a joke now, and may i remind you that Kawa and Suzuki quit a LONG time ago?...
Agreed. Ducati are off the pace. The only chance they have if they want to develop the bike/engine during the season to try and catch up is to go Open. It shows they are serious about wanting to win.


November 30, 2013 10:28 AM

MotoGP » Six of the Best: Jeremy Burgess inspired MotoGP wins

The evidence is clear. Rossi is number 4 because he doesn't have the pace to keep up with the top three. This is unlikely to be JB's fault, but as a fierce competitor who wants to win Rossi must feel that in order to get faster he needs to change his environment, among other things. Also, didn't JB make a comment in the press the Rossi didn't have the pace of the fast guys anymore... not something you want to hear from your crew chief.

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