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March 29, 2015 11:26 PM

MotoGP » Dovizioso: Ducati has done an amazing job

Congrats to Dovi/Ianonne/Ducati - what an amazing race. What scares me is that first race of the season they are up there, full race length on the medium tire. They will still be able to develop the engine as well until they get 3 first places. So Yamaha needs to be on their toes on development, likewise, Honda. The Ducati WILL keep improving in major ways until they get those 3 wins. With these 2 dry podiums they loose the extra fuel which was useless to begin with. But Rossi, awesome. When was the last time 3 Italians stood on the podium?


February 26, 2015 3:16 PM

MotoGP » Incidents mar Michelin MotoGP test

gammagamma I agree completely. Especially I hope Ducati were not using the GP15, that'd be just silly since they only have one bike for each rider, but from the photo, sure looks like the GP15 to me... The cost and time to fix these bikes, especially that M1, will be extensive. Sure they may have most if not all parts on hand, but the cost to remake the backup parts will be extensive. Also, not all two parts ever get made the same.


February 24, 2015 4:14 PM

MotoGP » Sepang II MotoGP test times - Tuesday (Final)

Yep this season looks great. Petrucci really impressive on that dinosaur GP14.1 machine, he needs a proper bike. I wouldn't be surprised if Ducati made a GP15 for him mid season, or perhaps the 14.3. Vinales as others have said, very impressive. But those GP15 ducs are right up there. Let's see how they fair in a race since even with the old bikes they had the ability to pull off fast one off laps.

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