WSBK » Marinelli plays down Ducati form


Carlos Checa was the dominant force in Australia, but Marinelli says the circuit characteristics helped its cause.

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Fat Bloke - Unregistered

March 10, 2011 12:13 PM

Not content with having the rules bent to suit them i.e. bigger capacity engine now Ducati is inferring that it wants to be able to pick the circuits that favours them, what a bunch of spoilt brats

2011 - Unregistered

March 11, 2011 10:27 PM

Ducati cant complain about topspeed, the bike pull so hard out of the corners, and up to 300+.
What they lose? 3-4mph.
All the other factory's are lacking topspeed against the Aprilia!

James - Unregistered

March 12, 2011 7:53 AM

Donington should suit the Ducati pretty well, maybe not as well as Philip Island, but I guess that it should be good enough to be on the podium.

Rick - Unregistered

March 13, 2011 6:33 PM

Interesting comments from Marinelli. Although of course he's very clever in what he has said. Whether it is the truth or not is yet to be seen, and even then, very difficult to say whether its the bike or the rider, or a combination of both.

Note to Crash: Come on guys, sort out the error in the thread. Its basic knowledge.

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