WSBK » Worst event in nine years for Ducati factory

The last time the factory Ducati team finished lower than tenth at the end of a World Superbike weekend was at Sugo in 2001...

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April 25, 2010 7:45 PM

Its a matter of time before these cheats are on to the Flamini's saying how unfair the rules are and that they should be allowed to have 1600cc engines and everyone else 1000cc.........karma
feel sorry for Haga though, maybe he should head back to Yamaha....

Sick Cylinder - Unregistered

April 25, 2010 7:48 PM

Struggling the same as Haga and Fabrizio. They lost Tardozzi and made some changes to the front end which lost the riders confidence. I thought they had it sorted based on performance at the last round.

TK Honda and Suzuki have also started the season strong whereas this time last year they were the ones with problems

S1000RR BmW - Unregistered

April 25, 2010 7:54 PM

I don't like this extra 200cc, ducati has a 4cil V4.

And Ducati still has 6kg extra balast and restrictors.
Not long befor Ducati starts to cry,if not still crying for losing Tardozzi. BMW seems to do very well :D

jimmy - Unregistered

April 25, 2010 8:58 PM

What's going on at Xerox? They should have stormed the world scene this year and take both riders' and teams' championships. Checa and Smrz would do much better jobs than Haga - Fabrizio this year!


April 25, 2010 10:03 PM

So refreshing NOT to be following Haga and suffering disspointment after learning years ago hes all over the place with consistency.

Hate Fabrizio, with his cheezyness and refusing to speak English at press conferences, so most amused with his form.
Lets see if hes gifted a better result at Monza like last year.....

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