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Matthew Birt  says:

Rossi and Hayden cagey on Ducati boss axe rumour

Valentino Rossi and Nicky Hayden gave a lesson in diplomacy in Valencia this afternoon when grilled about the future of Ducati boss Filippo Preziosi. It has been widely reported in Italy and is the subject of intense speculation at the final round that Preziosi will be removed as Ducati Corse General and Technical Director after tomorrow’s season finale in Spain. Preziosi could...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (10 November 2012 18:09)

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Oct 11

Posts: 617

revnev7 says:


Must be funny?      I`ve seen it all now,Rossi doing advert`s for Benylin,it took a while to realise it was him,no leather`s or yella` shit.But it`s him alright.     I should have known straight away really,he was clinging to a bloke`s shoulder`s after all,{ not for the 1st time,or last },and the name they gave him should have made it bleedin` obvious....MUCUS.   Some people will do ANYTHING for money,even if their crap at it !

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Oct 11

Posts: 617

revnev7 says:


         WHAT,LAPPED AND BEATEN BY CRT`s,the embarrassment is complete. Still he can alway`s blame the bike!            FOR A CHANGE?

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Jan 04

Posts: 287

R6nutter6 says:

Whoever goes, they NEED to have a big shake up and DO WHATEVER IT TAKES to get the Ducati competetive.

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Sep 11

Posts: 2289

YamahaGYTR says:

A humiliating two years on the Ducati has ended be interesting to see how he fares on his beloved M1 in the tests.

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Aug 02

Posts: 2323

Hedgehog5 says:


"Unlike Stoner who couldn't beat his team mate, who in seven years on the richest and most powerful manufacturers works bike, has won fk all?"

If I remember right, the year Rossi was injured he was beaten by his team mate, a relative rookie only in his 3rd year in MotoGP... Rossi hasn't always beaten his team mates... & they weren't all as experienced as Pedrosa. I'm not sure what you're trying to prove but yet again it's backfired. This year Rossi beat a very average team mate on a below average year. Stoner was beaten by a guy who has 3 world championships & who's worst year in MotoGP was a 5th.


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Oct 12

Posts: 144

moto4 says:

Who's to 'blame'?

Surely the buck stops with the company itself. Every rider has complained they haven't produced sufficient updates and doubt from lack of requests/pushing by Preziosi, Stoner, Rossi, Hayden and others- I'd bet next year we'll hear the same from riders eventually. Rossi didn't always seem to push as much as he may have if earlier in career. Preziosi clearly has his own ideas (what you want and need in his role, surely?) But ultimately the company needs money and the will to produce and test as much as possible from regular renewed chassis to 'minor' parts. This wasn't done. However noone is reading this now and what do I know?

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