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June 30th, 2019, 10:25 AM   #51
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1st time he took someone out this season.
Ok, but ruined Mirs race at Mugello.
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Ok, but ruined Mirs race at Mugello.
Ye, getting desperate.
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After that ride - methinks Fabio would be just as fearless on the Honda or the Ducati. Clearly unlike Lorenzo - he doesn't need everything to be perfect.
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June 30th, 2019, 01:01 PM   #54
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Is this where I have to say - told ya?
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Is this where I have to say - told ya?
Like wow dude. Like, NO-body thought the kid had any potential. You are so insightful.
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Like wow dude. Like, NO-body thought the kid had any potential. You are so insightful.
It is more about Quartararo than me.

But we can talk about you if you wish?
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One of the best articles I have ever read about Doubtouso:

https://www.gpone.com/it/blog/paolo-scalera/2019/06/30/la-ducati-che-si-accontenta-non-gode.html

harsh words...
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June 30th, 2019, 05:40 PM   #59
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One of the best articles I have ever read about Doubtouso:

https://www.gpone.com/it/blog/paolo-scalera/2019/06/30/la-ducati-che-si-accontenta-non-gode.html

harsh words...
I suppose he isn't so bothered when he lets a non-teammate pass without a fight ala 2015 Valencia? Somehow Dovi has went from revered underdog to prema donna? I like the guy, and will agree that he isn't as outright fast as some of the others, but hes typically in the mix weekend after weekend. I'm sure he was upset about the ride this weekend. He looked slow and off the pace all weekend. I'm sure the Audi/Ducati suits were more than understanding. If the guys temperament has changed I would understand why. They have thrown a lot of weight behind him to succeed and he hasn't. Its unlikely because he racing against an otherworldly talent. Even Petrux said the thing is a pig, can't turn, and they miss the apex. I will agree, Petrux looks like he could have eaten up Dovi, but that's the name of the game. Ducati wants a championship and Dovi is more likely to get them there, won't, but more likely.
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Dovi only seems to bring it when it’s too late or doesn’t count. Harsh but seems to be mostly true.
Vinales did a great job, he had the pace and knew it, made it stick in the end.
Fabio was awesome, can’t wait until the arm pump aftermath recedes.
Too bad for Rins but he’ll learn from it.
That looked like a really high speed off for Rossi and Nakagami, hope he’s ok.
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