Long chat with Ducati's chief engineer Gigi Dall'Igna in which he talks frankly about all the issues that surround the Ducati world: the "Lorenzo Affaire", the new Desmo/Yamaha, the "famous" magic fuel tank cover...
For Valentino, there is no mercy when his results are at stake. Valentino races to win. If he doesn’t win he doesn’t enjoy racing. If doesn’t win he does anything and everything to get back to winning…anything.
Can Lorenzo repeat his Mugello victory on a track where he has five wins, or will it be Dovizioso who repeats the triumph he had here last year? Will Márquez return to a run of victories that last saw him win three consecutive races? Can Rossi repeat the win he had here in 2016? Will Viñales return to the top as he did in testing three weeks ago?
Here we go... The Italian GP to be held in Mugello this weekend is one of the most exciting races of the calendar and a very special boost for the local riders who give it all in front of their enthusiastic fans. Here is our bet for the winners in three classes. Good luck and if you win, don't forget to send us some 😉
Jorge Lorenzo has less and less room for maneuvering; at this point he has nearly no room left. The Spanish three times MotoGP world champion must first demonstrate that he is capable of being consistently competitive on the Desomosedici... and his time is drastically running out.
Joan Mir is the name of the moment. His quick progression in Moto2 has put him in the spotlight and he automatically entered the list of potential future riders on virtually all factory MotoGP teams. This is what he thinks about all this.
Jorge Lorenzo or Joan Mir, experience or the strength of youth, result guarantee or betting on a promising future... This are the doubts Suzuki is handling in their choice of his second rider in MotoGP.
The World Championship arrives at Le Mans for the French GP. A circuit with a very different layout than the other tracks thus far visited. It’s referred to as a stop & go track because it is made up of strong acceleration points followed by hard braking.
One second position, two wins and a lost victory in Argentina is the sum of Marc Marquez’ season start. Many posit that we are facing another 2014, the season he won the first 10 GPs in a row.
Two extreme realities exist in the Ducati garage, two worlds as opposite as yin and yang. On the one hand there is Andrea Dovizioso’s World Championship lead, and at the other end of the scale, Jorge Lorenzo’s frustration.
Preseason data, circuit history and above all, the events of the previous year, serve as the basis for the teams’ understanding as to which circuits may be more favorable, or at which they might suffer. At PecinoGP, we wanted get inside the riders’ and team managers’ minds to analyze how the season should go to reach the ultimate goal: the championship title... This is our table after 3 GPs.