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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 07-06-2019, 04:43 PM Thread Starter
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QUARTERARO second in qualifying and the Yamaha is down on power . Ducati should try to sign this kid. Dovi just isn't a alien and getting out ridden by Marquez Quartararo and Vinalez and Dovi is riding the best bike on the grid.
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Rookie angles.
Believe Chuck had a steeper angle
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QUARTERARO second in qualifying and the Yamaha is down on power . Ducati should try to sign this kid. Dovi just isn't a alien and getting out ridden by Marquez Quartararo and Vinalez and Dovi is riding the best bike on the grid.
The Ducati corners like a fat chick. That's why Gigi has shit hanging off it like a Chinese laundry. The others are closing the HP gap and it takes alot longer to sort handling. Why would he go to that? If it had the same power all the other bikes had it would be fighting for scraps

Those Suzukis are developing into a really nice bike. Mir performing well this weekend.

Quarto on a Yamaha next year is going to be a real handful.

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Our commentary on BT Sport was alluding to Lorenzo bailing out of Honda and resigning with Ducati next year.

Not sure whether there's any foundation behind it or merely commentators babble. Given that Petrux has reportedly resigned for Ducati, this would put a massive question mark over Dovi. I'm not really sure that Dovi should be written off just yet though.

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I would consider that a Furphy because it would be a big gamble by Ducati considering Dovi is 2nd in the Championship this year and finished 2nd last year ahead of Lorenzo in 9th.

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I would consider that a Furphy because it would be a big gamble by Ducati considering Dovi is 2nd in the Championship this year and finished 2nd last year ahead of Lorenzo in 9th.
Fair point, but Lorenzo's 9th was a 'false' 9th given his later half season performances probably averaged 3rd. Still, as I said, it would be a big call, although based on present circumstances (results/injuries) Honda might just as well feel like releasing some dead weight. (And you know I say this as a Honda devotee).

I still say: Put Nakagami in the seat!!
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Oh well....was hoping for a better race.

Mir makes another mistake. Dang !!

Quatro as well........ I was falling asleep by the end.

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... I was falling asleep by the end.
I wasn't!

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Nesca the angles achieved in MotoGP and WSBK is amazing but the rule of thumb is you should use the least amount of lean angle you can and still get through the corner as too much lean angle lessens contact patch. If this sounds ass backwards I agree. I read this in a motorcycle chassis engineering book.


Gleno, The Ducati USED to handle like a fat chick when they used the Caron fibre Chassis . When Ducati went to the traditional Aluminum box section chassis the Ducati became a good handling bike. The Suzuki MotoGP bike is the best handling bike on th grid
Marc Marquez Bad Mouthed The Honda RV213V saying it was bad handling and he has to ride around the RV213V problems. HONDA is going to be Pissed off being he said this on television

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