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Matthew Birt  says:

Ducati make taming aggressive power delivery priority

Ducati will focus on taming the aggressive power delivery with its factory GP12 machine in a bid to make the new 1000cc Desmosedici a more competitive force in MotoGP. Reeling after witnessing Nicky Hayden and Valentino Rossi finish sixth and 10th in the opening race in Qatar earlier this month, Bologna technical staff will concentrate on taming the aggressive power delivery...

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blue200tdi

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blue200tdi says:

The Ducati looks wrong at the front, I can't explain it, but it just looks wrong! I'll explain, the top athletes ETC always look comfortable and make what they do look easy, the same can be said for a car/bike, and the Ducati just doesn't look comfortable or 'right'.

See, we all talk shit sometimes! lmao!

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noshow

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noshow says:

It's funny how your random posters come on here and bitch about regular posters who bitch on here. Hey dickheads once you post your random bitching you sink to our level and become one of us . But hey if you don't like it start your own forum and let us enjoy the rights of living in a free country so that we can bitch

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jollyboy

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jollyboy says:

weskit

The NSR was reputed to have a smoother power delivery than the YZR. Could be why it suited former 125 riders like Rossi and Criville. It was certainly the easier bike of the two to ride fast, but then that's what Honda are good at.

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Adeninja

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Adeninja says:

Bacon

Well they said these bike would take home the Bacon , ie win the title , im hoping but one year on and still no better , looking forward to the next race , see if stoner,s arm pump any better , and be nice for a Danni win

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jollyboy

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jollyboy says:

Benny

No I don't know for sure, but I am reporting on what riders said - hence my use of the word "reputed". Using selective quotes to win an argument is the sort of thing I expect of a tabloid journalist. I would have hoped that it was beneath you, but apparently not.

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jollyboy

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jollyboy says:

Adeninja

I don't recall Ducati saying the GP12 was going to win the championship. Indeed I recall their saying that it was unlikely to win in the early part of the season. OK so this is a major climbdown from their position about nine months ago when they were claiming there were no problems with the GP11 in direct contradiction of what two former world champions were saying - but they never said the GP12 was going to win the championship.

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