Ducati barely scraped into the top ten in the first MotoGP test at Sepang – should they just admit defeat?
After the first test of 2013, Valentino Rossi is back on top pace, running in fourth place, while Andrea Dovizioso (who took his ride at Ducati) is in a lowly 13th place. Former teammate Nicky Hayden is top Ducati in 10th, while fellow American ben Spies is in the last of the full time GP machine riders, back in 17th place.
Has the time come for Ducati to admit that their current GP bike is a waste of their time and money, or do you think they're still making steady progress? Will an infusion of Audi cash mean that they can only go forward thsi year?