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Discussion in 'Racing, Motorsports, and Track Days' started by Gromit, Oct 20, 2006.
Here's Ducati's press release.
Seems Casey managed to re-injure Sete's collarbone in Portugal.
Fixed. Sorry about that!
Even more reason to watch ...... any race with Bayliss in and Gibberingnow out is good in my book.
Wow, 4 Aussies riding MotoGP at the same time, is that a record?
Read somewhere Stoner is going to replace Sete next season
Re-injuring Sete's collarbone is just rubbing salt into the wound
Yeah Stoner has been confirmed to ride with Capirossi next year at Ducati.
Gibernau looks like hes going to Kawasaki, DÁntin Ducati or Tech3 Yamaha
...and our Troy managed to grab P2 on starting grid ...woohoo -welcome back to MotoGP Troy :grin:
Gibbo is a blouse. Baayliss should never have left Ducati in the first place. His successors - Checa and Gibbo - have been conspicuous by their lack of results.
Bayliss and Stoner as the future of Ducati, that would be shhweeeeet!!!
Bayliss and Capirossi, with Casey in the wings.
Loris is still a legend, and Stoner's got into a nasty habit of falling off.
Looking at the results from the weekend looks like they made a good choice in replacement rider :wink:
It will be interesting to see how Stoner goes on the Ducati, No doubt he is fast but he has a hard time staying on the Honda and I wonder if the Ducati is going to be even harder to stay on
1st ride on this years Ducati and his first win, proves that the 2004 Ducati was a dog to ride and that it it wasn't Troy that was the problem.