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Matthew Birt  says:

Ducati still targeting podiums in 2013

Ducati believe it is not an unrealistic goal to be challenging for the podium in the second half of the 2013 MotoGP world championship, despite a tough start to the winter testing campaign. When preparations for 2013 kicked off in Sepang earlier this month, not one Ducati finished within two seconds of Dani Pedrosa’s best pace, with factory duo Nicky Hayden...

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Jan 13

Posts: 204

DogBert says:

Very good mark

Paraphrased in a typical no nonsense manner around 500 years later.

Aim for the sky and you'll reach the ceiling. Aim for the ceiling and you'll stay on the floor.

Bill Shankly

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Oct 08

Posts: 653

hello4646 says:

Ha ha

At least they will be the 1st CRT over the line each race - Go Dovi the GOAT

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Jan 04

Posts: 287

R6nutter6 says:

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Next ducati will be saying that they're using the racing as test beds for development of the bike.

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Dec 10

Posts: 474

eddl says:

And as quoted last week by eddl, DUCATI = SHIT

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Nov 11

Posts: 178

Chrisb970 says:

This has to be good new for.

Reverend Benny. Where is the wee little welsh man these days?

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Mar 09

Posts: 5451

Nostrodamus says:

Goodness me. Look at all the little Oompa Loompa's lined up

All their dreams and aspirations crushed 2011/12. Now they lash out at their perception of the problem. 2013 is goping to be another difficult year for them to digest. Good.

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Oct 07

Posts: 1306

hugelean says:

Ah nostro our own little willy wanker, magnanimous as always... How's things over on the family sedan racing site.. ??

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Nov 11

Posts: 178

Chrisb970 says:


Whatever you say norris. I think its going to be a difficult year for ducati and you.

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Feb 13

Posts: 13

LCTanner says:

Cant see podiums for ducati this season and why would they now rossi has gone ?

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Apr 09

Posts: 478

1986vfr750 says:

nostrils is afraid

Of being forgotten. Now that his widdle hero has gone home cuz no one plays nice. You are irrelevant...your predictions are laughable in their innaccuracy; your obsession with rossi is creepy, and you keep embarrassing yourself by talking about things long in the past...WAKE UP NUMBNUTS!!!!! This is 2013, rossi is on a real bike again, dovi is adapting exactly as everyone (but you) predicted, and your little piggy has gone wee wee wee all the way home. I would be embarrassed for you if you weren't such a pinhead. Oh yeah....when the administrator of a website removes your posts that means your not welcome at their site....not welcome=banned. You didnt voluntarily leave were kicked out sunshine...self awareness is obviously another of your " not-so-strong" points. To recap....rossi is still fighting; casey went home and you are merely noise pollution....

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