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Matthew Birt  says:

Cal Crutchlow makes Ducati debut in Valencia

Cal Crutchlow has got his first taste of the factory Ducati Desmosedici that Valentino Rossi, Nicky Hayden and Andrea Dovizioso have dismissed as a no-hoper this afternoon at the Ricardo Tormo track in Valencia.The 2014 winter testing schedule kicked off at noon local time, with Crutchlow going out for his first run on the GP13 shortly after 1pm.The British rider...

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doohanfan

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doohanfan says:

Yes

from Blonde on Blonde, an even better and rather more sanguine album, the polar opposite thematically to "Blood on the Tracks" by some accounts.

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VonStalhein

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VonStalhein says:

What aren't the Ducati's painted red for testing ? Or is it just Cal's bike is matt black ?

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Jeff44

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Jeff44 says:

Boring!

We ALL know the Ducati isn't the most competitive bike (to say the least!) but why oh why keep banging on about it!! Give Cal some positive support for a change!

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AlexDAbomB69

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AlexDAbomB69 says:

If

 we stare reality in the face here, its going to be a crap year (imo) for Cal on the Ducrapi as they have given up on the ridiculous evolution of a bike that hasnt worked for years irrespective of who was riding it. 2015 Ducati will roll out something new but whos to say it will be quick of the bat also would they look at a different engine configuration to save fuel like a triple? Cal dont care, he lives in tuscany in a million euro house now. I for one want to see Ducati back winning races in both WSBK and Motogp with a british rider involved.

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AlexDAbomB69

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AlexDAbomB69 says:

Call me soppy but

 Ducati have had great success in the hands of british riders and I think that we really do have some great talent in this fair isle. I am crossing every thing for Chaz Davies in WSBK as he is a great rider and on a bike that should be further up the pack. Cal is a strong rider but I think there are younger riders coming through that could do the Moto gp Ducati great service in 3 years time if the factory sort it out, and with Gigi on board who knows. Cmon Fogarty and 120,00 at Brands hatch was a magical day.

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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

And what significance is it if people post their sympathies on a website? Does it mean they feel sympathy or sorrow for an injured person any more than someone who doesn't? 

By your own example, you're suggesting we should only show sympathy for motorcycle racers - discrimination against other sportsmen and women.  *** em - they're not motorcyclists, why should we care.  Oh dear.

Perhaps we should all post our sympathies for every single human being on every occasion that ill-luck or bad fortune befalls them.

 

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Bultoboy

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Bultoboy says:

I'll defer to your expertise of trolling, you're platinum standard

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DESMOHEAD

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DESMOHEAD says:

Forum

Blimey, this forum has taken a nose dive. Does anyone talk bikes anymore or are you lot just content with hanging shite on one another. Grow up for fooks sake!

 

 

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uservirgin

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uservirgin says:

"'Hate' is not too strong a word for it. I detest and despise most of the in-bred idiots who post on this site because of their lack of breeding, knowledge and understanding - which is why I continue (and will continue) to post here."

grow up.

you do it for the aqttention like every other troll on the internet.

you know **** all about racing except what you read and take as gospel.

there's one thing you do do extremely well and that's find a bandwagon and milk it overdry.

pathetic human being accusing people here of zenophobia because you've trawled the net for distressing stories to load onto your ever burgeoning bandwagon.

if you attract abuse there's a reason for it and you do everytbing to make sure you get it then bitch when you do.

Rob Dylan, the everyman of self pity.

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AlexDAbomB69

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AlexDAbomB69 says:

No pop taken

 But my view is nostalgic not nationalistic. And to be fair I had not heard about said accident just like you had not heard the landlord of my local died. Cest la vie.

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