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No1StonerFan

November 12, 2011 4:59 AM
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MotoGP » Will aluminium frame be Ducati's silver bullet?


If it were an airplane and the pilot had a issue in the air with a design problem, they could fine tune it in the air when on the ground the engineer's would listen to the pilot and go away and engineer a solution, the pilots would go home. F1 the same , as it would be the same every else in industry and racing why would it be different with Rossi and Gp

No1StonerFan

November 11, 2011 10:19 AM

MotoGP » Will aluminium frame be Ducati's silver bullet?


have read the article, and what they are doing is what I said, they are going in the direction of Honda and Yamaha, now the chassi is out they will develop it and then maybe the L will become a V to help with weight distribution. I doubt there's anything that I could add to the Ducati debate that they hasn't already talked about 10 times over Talk to much and as for a genius, well its more repeating what everyone else has said in a different way.

No1StonerFan

November 11, 2011 5:41 AM

MotoGP » Will aluminium frame be Ducati's silver bullet?


Fact of the matter is there is nothing wrong with the Ducati. If all they did was race other Ducati's then the bike would be perfect. If your going to beat the fastest bike , you will need to have an even better bike. The laws of Physics and Engineering, at the point were the laws of physics are applied is a small place of perfection Honda and Yamaha being very similar and close to that point, is Ducati biggest problem . They want to be individuals and be different with there Dreams and design. Problem is there is no room for dreamers , at the point of perfection in Physics. They will need to be more like there enemy to beat them


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