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June 4th, 2017, 04:26 AM   #81
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Go Andrea...
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June 4th, 2017, 04:28 AM   #82
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Does Petrucci dare to overtake Rossi at Mugello for a podium position?
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June 4th, 2017, 04:28 AM   #83
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Petrucci is interfering in the world championship battle...they need to black flag him for racing the points leaders.
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June 4th, 2017, 04:38 AM   #84
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Hang in there Danilo
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Great win for Dovi!!!!!!!
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Well done Dovi.
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Was hoping for a better battle behind Dovi to unfold, but that never really seemed to happen.

Dovi rode a hello of a race, and that was a huge win for Ducati. Incredible recovery from that tank slapper heading down into turn 1 early on. Finally he gets that elusive dry race win.

Kudos to Petrucci for a great ride as well.

Lorenzo is going to have a lot to think about since he dropped back after the first bunch of laps and he clearly had a race-winning capable machine underneath him.
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Completely nuts! Go Dovi, 2nd in the championship.
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Lorenzo WTF??? Out of his comfort zone. Petrucci - awright!

Dovi - fucking great!

Hondas looking like shit.
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Not to detract at all from Dovi's win, but you really have to wonder about Lorenzo. This was a race at one of his best circuits on a clearly well-prepared bike, and he went backwards when he needed to stay at the front.

Maybe I am being unfair as it is only his first season, but it is early June. You have to have come to grips with this bike by now. I know it's not easy to change riding styles, but a lot of adjustments have been made to try and help Lorenzo out from the seating position to the thumb brake. You have to start delivering now.

I keep waffling back and forth on whether he comes back for 2018 or not because it's obvious that contract has morphed into an albatross of a deal that is increasingly looking as if it will never pay off for Ducati. I don't think getting rid of Iannone was a bad move for Ducati, but Lorenzo doesn't look like the right choice now.
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