WSBK » Checa, Guintoli in new Alstare Ducati team?


'There is still much to discuss but I hope to find an agreement. I cannot wait to return to Superbike and above all with Ducati' - Francis Batta

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helmut kohler

October 31, 2012 12:54 PM

This would be a great development if it comes off... Alstare is a first class operation and it would only be good for WSBK if they come back.

Checa and Guintoli is a very strong pairing... It looks like Sylvain may have been onto something when passing up the Suzuki deal after all. Speaking of which, I think Cluzel is a great addition to that team and the top flight in general.

8645 - Unregistered

October 31, 2012 2:37 PM

Some privateer team should get McCormick on a Panigale. "The Kid" looked the part towards the end of last season, plus he's already ridden the Panigale, having originally been pegged to ride one in Superstock last year.

paul - Unregistered

October 31, 2012 3:05 PM

If this news will become true....what an excellent choice to get alstare back together with ducati. They have the kick , the simpatical way of being full of passion and experience without being snobbing the fans. So sorry they couldn't go ahead with suzuki, a big lost for the japanese company. But nevermind we will be there to follow wsbk , an excellent championship now under dorna which will give more coverage to wsbk trough press and tv.

wiver2 - Unregistered

October 31, 2012 3:22 PM

Alstare back and with a factory bike DUCATI , will be a real nice comeback.We missed alstare all this season. Welcome home !!! Keep fingers crossed for the confirmation of this deal.

graig - Unregistered

October 31, 2012 3:33 PM

Nice to read this possibility and look forward to see again alstare at the wsbk with their always great graphical ideas...and their passion to archieve the best possible result for ducati. Or do we have to write now DUCAUDI ?

denver - Unregistered

October 31, 2012 5:36 PM

Here over in the USA, we are crazy about Ducati and having taken the steps to offer the factory bikes to the well-knowed and appreciated Batta alstare would be incredible. Hopefully they will be able to find the budget for the second rider. Guintoli, the french rider did impressive races this season. Or a young gunner ?

Liam48

October 31, 2012 5:50 PM

This bike looks like a WEAPON!

The back wheel look like it isn't even attached to the bike.

I'm gutted Althea won't be back next season as I believe they've done a great job but it's great to see Alstare back.

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