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Matthew Birt  says:

Jury still out on Ducati progress, say Andrea Dovizioso and Ben Spies

Andrea Dovizioso and Ben Spies believe it is impossible to judge whether Valentino Rossi’s recent second place finish in Misano means Ducati has taken a major step forward with its struggling Desmosedici. Dovizioso and Spies are just over a month away from getting their first chance to test for Ducati in Valencia, with both staking their reputations on being able to...

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sprintst955

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sprintst955 says:

progress

Oh yes it has progressed from a turd to a lemon.tut tut the donkey has been trying to turn it into a winner for 2 years,surely that cant be the man is a god a legend a miracle worker the greatest rider/technician the world has ever seen.isnt he ? or maybe he is a spoilt brat who has had his come uppence .well and truly been rumbled he haw.

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Bootlegger

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Bootlegger says:

Turd to Lemon

And exactly what does that make of Suzuki and Kawasaki ?

Fact !  Massive prototype GP 4 stroke failures. 

Crikey ! Dorna granted Suzuki 9 engines per season vs Ducati's 6 per season alongside HRC/Yamaha allocation.

Fact. Ducati Corse GP project creamed Suzuki/Kawasaki efforts 4 stroke era. 

 

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Bootlegger

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Bootlegger says:

Furthermore

Sprint955. Well I guess that has something to do with Triumph triples. High time the Brit manufacturers competed with their European cousins don't you think ? Instead of complaining about their existence.

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thestig08

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thestig08 says:

Dovi getting them in early

What do you think Bullshit boyo ,your going to have a season of this sheepdipper,Baaahenny Doviscuses

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Firebird3

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Firebird3 says:

sprint

It doesn't matter how good the rider is at pin-pointing faults and relaying it to the engineers, if the development engineers don't know how to solve the problem, it's all a waste of time.

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COZ69

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COZ69 says:

they will get there big pay cheques

before they are off loaded to the WSBK

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YamahaGYTR

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YamahaGYTR says:

I know there will be a bidding war for Spies services if he opts to go back to WSBK.

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