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Matthew Birt  says:

Assen MotoGP: Valentino Rossi urges Ducati action

Valentino Rossi urged Ducati to devise a clear plan for future development of the struggling Desmosedici machine after he qualified in 10th position for tomorrow’s Dutch TT at Assen. The Italian posted a best time of 1.35.057 in a rain-hit session but was still 1.344s off Casey Stoner’s pole position time. Weight distribution changes to Rossi’s GP12 to try and gain more...

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Aug 10

Posts: 19

wallymann says:

ducati development is the laughing-stock of the paddock

months and months go by with no meaningful change, and no clear vision of how to fix the ill-handling "duck of death".

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Mar 10

Posts: 50

off to suzuki

and he'll take Nicky with him to race the new GSVR on Michael Jordan's pepsi sponsored team managed by kevin schwantz.

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Jan 04

Posts: 118

nigel041 says:

Crutchlow (our only REAL hope in recent years) would be crazy to sign with Ducati for the next couple of seasons. Lets face it, they are definately taking the shine off of Rossis illustrious career and our own rising star could just slip off of the radar and be heading back to WSB before we know it

Cal............................DON'T DO IT!!!

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Aug 08

Posts: 74

A7X_916 says:

Rookie Rule Scrapped

Yep, from 01/01/2013 it is gone so I'd say almost certain Marquez is Repsol Honda bound to join Dani so Vale will be staying put. Shame, really wanted to see Vale on a competitive bike for 2013 and 2014. Thinking perhaps this announcement has something to do with this call to Ducati for urgent action as he knows deep down he is going nowhere if he wants a factory rumour.

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Jul 11

Posts: 968

motoking says:


it's not moving the weight on the bike. it's moving your ass on the bike. your ass chatter so much that even the beasty (beast bitchy) ducati cann't hold it either. LOL. you're just a joke. lorenzo and stoner skill is more than you. you just a thug mob rider.

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Oct 11

Posts: 617

revnev7 says:


         Sack me!

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Sep 11

Posts: 2289

YamahaGYTR says:

Best at developing bikes Ducati needs a revamp in their team they are fast becoming a joke not only that a laughing stock in GP Racing it puts the GP team to shame especially when you see the Ducati in WSBK running at the front.

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Oct 07

Posts: 1306

hugelean says:

The only trouble with wsbk is that Ducati are largely regarded to have the rules favour them. As a racing team I don't think Ducati could look worse, it's not like only Rossi has been through this every rider has even casey at the end. Why go prototype racing if your not gonna develop your bike over the season?? I don't get it.. Marquez has spoke at length about wanting Rossi as a team mate. The old master and his young padawan. Be surprised if it doesn't happen. Suspect Rossi wants it , marquez wants it , ezpeleta wants it, dorma wants it, and Honda and motogp needs it...

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Mar 09

Posts: 5451

Nostrodamus says:

You may have noticed

how conspicuously quiet Jeremy Burgess is these days. All is far from well in team Rossi. JB expected much more from VR. Then again maybe he's finally seen what has been apparent for eighteen months now. Rossi's hit a talent wall, which others can clamour over.

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Jan 09

Posts: 15

jake767 says:

It amazes me how all the world champion couch hoggin twats on here, who most probably have never even wobbled around a track, can sit and pour judgement on the guys who are racing for their entertainment. Their, as in the twats on here.

Could say more but got a bike to ride.



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