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Matthew Birt  says:

Nicky Hayden sorry at Filippo Preziosi exit

Nicky Hayden says he is sorry that technical guru Filippo Preziosi does not form part of Ducati’s future MotoGP plans. But the American also admitted that Ducati’s struggling Desmosedici project was not progressing at a fast enough rate after Preziosi became a high profile casualty of a pre-Christmas management shake-up instigated by new owners Audi. Preziosi had been the technical brains behind...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (28 January 2013 13:25)

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spdmon says:

Rossi Reconsidered

Great and revealing article about Rossi and his talent:

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crawsue says:

Dodgy "V" engine configuration

has probably been the undoing of the Duke, the Bridgestones were the sticking plaster ,but that advantage disappeared. It would be very interesting to learn how much time....relatively..that HRC and Yam spend on the electronics,compared to chasis and engine development. Having a satelite dictate how the engine works at every corner is pretty high tec in my opinion. It's possible that the EU are watching this development with a view to restricting all motor vehicles by ironic would that be?

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