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Discussion in 'Racing' started by yooperbikemike, Nov 11, 2012.
It would be nice if he was right. I wonder what he bases that statement on?
Yep it would be nice if he's right, but being injured I'm not sure if he's
ridden the Ducati in anger yet.
I agree that hopefully he's right; but I have my doubts. And I wonder what Hayden thinks about that statement? Kind of insulting to his fellow Merrikan. He's probably thinking "Yeah yeah, you'll see".
A middle finger at the guy who took his job maybe?
How crazy would it be if he beat Rossi this year? I don't think that will happen, but it would sure be insane.
Has Spies even ridden a ducati yet?
We will see about the Ducati's when the talking stops and the racing starts.
(FWIW I'd love to see them kick ass.)
They (Ducati) were all talk and no results in 2011 and 2012. In fact 2011 was always gonna be a learning year for Rossi, and then they´d build him a winner bike for 2012. Or that´s what they said. But nothing much happened. If anything happened, it was the top CRT bikes getting awfully close to the factory Ducatis in some races.
Don´t know, how much credibility they have left right now. I´d like to see Spies up front, though.
And I'd like a pony and a winning lottery ticket. Neither of us will get what we want.
I continue to hold out hope that you will get that pony.
Perhaps he meant when it was being displayed somewhere, like in a snow drift? Possibly as a drag race machine? You know if you put a flat slick on it and geared it right, I am sure it might be a NHRA contender in some class. Or maybe they just need to go the HD route and make a class for it. Then it would definetely be a better bike, like sort of.
69 has done what he can
Translation: "Ducati is writing me large checks. I can learn to say the right things."
>"He said: "I think the bike is better than what people have seen in the last two years."
Dunno. It may be that he is 'right' for the bike, but then again... 2013 will tell.
When the green flag drops the Bullshit stops
Why would anyone--let alone a retired motogp rider--want to retire to Tampa?
Raced NASCAR in a former life?
Channeling an old woman from Jersey?
He'll go a lot faster once it's off the paddock stand.