Crash.Net User: Ammar

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Ammar

July 13, 2012 6:14 AM

MotoGP » Audi: Ducati remains Ducati


the problem is that ducati isnt as big as honda or yamaha....they dont have the resources to make new chassis,engines etc as fast as honda can..... thats one way audi can help out.... technically,as already mentioned, i dont think audi can help out much..... but audi wants the ducati to sell more and seeing how the sales have risen last year, if they manage to get the ducati working by providing necessary resources, the sales will go sky high......

Ammar

July 12, 2012 4:02 AM

MotoGP » Rossi promises 'extra special' effort at Mugello


i myself wanted rossi to switch biks next year but think rationally honda is gone for him to get a yamaha, he has to get a title sponsor which is equal to buying himself in......i dont think its a good idea switch to a bike for which a person such as rossi needs to buy himself in.....he hasnt fallen that low that leaves the ducati....ducati need him...they will pay him well too and fact is we need 3 championship winning bikes out there.....2 is just too less...and rossi has enough wins, titles already...he might as well stay at ducati and leave a positive end to his career by improving the bike....with audi i think work should get done faster

Ammar

July 08, 2012 4:38 PM

MotoGP » Stoner: 'Win or bin' one turn early, slams marshals


@Giveaway agree about the marshals eh ??? the fact is this issue is only in the limelight because stoner said about it.....it may have been a dovi or spies who crashed and got the same treatment but never complained about it....just because a rider doesnt complain doesnt mean they get extra help from marshals @bhukadbhedia true...but how hungry are u exactly eh ??


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