WSBK » Ducati confirms Althea split, Checa stays on

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Giugliano had no agreement for next season at Magny Cours with Althea and he was really worry about this fact. The team wasn't really happy about the second part of his season , sic severall articles in the press. In addition he isn't able to provide an evolution and tecnical adjustments on a new bike as the panigale or the MV bike F4. MV is really risky, regarding the F4, a lot of work on it to have it at the BSB level. Great would be to see Checa fighting again next season against the pack and hopefully ducati can afford a second rider. Good luck to ducati and their factory team.

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