WSBK » Fabrizio, Ducati open up on top at Miller

Ducati secures a 1-2-3 in free practice at Miller Motorsports Park in the United States as Michel Fabrizio edges out Carlos Checa and Shane Byrne.

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1000ccfan - Unregistered

May 29, 2010 9:51 PM

Interesting that after their new found weightloss program Ducati goes 1-2-3 in practice despite still being down on top end speed. Guess their huge torc advantage off the corners is finally able to equate to good lap times. Roll on Ducati Cup! If this doesent work perhaps a 1298 is in order!lol

Yamazuki - Unregistered

May 29, 2010 11:08 PM

Aw c'mon RLH I thought you were always outside the top 15 because you didn't knew the tracks baby! better pick up the pace or youre back riding for the red necks before you know it son!


May 30, 2010 8:37 AM
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I am personally kind of suprised that Biaggia and Camier are not kickin that ass. Guess not even the V-4 Aprilia is no match for 200cc's more displacement. Wonder if the 50m/m intake restrictors went by the way side with the weight loss. No big deal. Hopefully it will be a good race. Looks like the championship could really change at Miller. I just hope we have a 5 or 6 rider scrum for the top three spots.


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