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August 5th, 2019, 07:02 AM   #51
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And rossi still top yamaha with marc as 2019 champ.
Not for now...

Isn't Mav 1 point ahead?
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August 5th, 2019, 08:24 AM   #52
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Not for now...

Isn't Mav 1 point ahead?
He is. Despite being taken out 3x.

Quatararo isn’t a million miles away from those two either.
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August 5th, 2019, 03:47 PM   #53
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Rumors or not I can't help but to think that tension and that Eerie feeling is caused by thinking they fucked it up choosing Pilots.

They probably also think they could have been in a better place had they Just kept Lorenzo and Danilo.

Dovi is now too important in the team considering how irrelevant his results are ( i know he is doing well but it won't cut it, just look at the tension) and they are stuck with Him as number 1, a number 2 that could be potentially faster and no Lorenzo at all.

I am also unaware as to why Stoner isn't with them any more but now that Both he and Lorenzo are not there, that turning issue that has been present for so long (4 years) is actually an issue now.
Actually I agree with both Dovi and Gigi. Ducati needs to sort this issue out as fast as possible, Dovi is right. And Ducati also needs to get rid of Dovi as fast as possible, Gigi is right.

I don't expect both of them together beyond 2020, and I honestly think is dead end for Dovi. On the other side, I didn't understand if Gigi is the one reluctant to change the bike behavior once and for all, but I do know that Dovi will leave after 2020 and if Dalligna doesn't hit the target at 2021 already making Ducati Corse world champions, I'm sure he won't need to leave, because he will be fired.
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Actually I agree with both Dovi and Gigi. Ducati needs to sort this issue out as fast as possible, Dovi is right. And Ducati also needs to get rid of Dovi as fast as possible, Gigi is right.

I don't expect both of them together beyond 2020, and I honestly think is dead end for Dovi. On the other side, I didn't understand if Gigi is the one reluctant to change the bike behavior once and for all, but I do know that Dovi will leave after 2020 and if Dalligna doesn't hit the target at 2021 already making Ducati Corse world champions, I'm sure he won't need to leave, because he will be fired.
Depends on how much the turning problem relates to the engine configuration/size how much blame attaches to Gigi for not resolving it, but agree about Gigi and Ducati, they will fire him even if he is the best possible engineer for them, just as they have divested themselves of riders in the past.
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He is. Despite being taken out 3x.

Quatararo isn’t a million miles away from those two either.
Didnt he crash into franco in argentina?
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Didnt he crash into franco in argentina?
Pretty sure he has been the victim 3x this year.
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Pretty sure he has been the victim 3x this year.
Yep taken out times 3.

His fuck up was the long lap thing. that was totally on him.
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Depends on how much the turning problem relates to the engine configuration/size how much blame attaches to Gigi for not resolving it, but agree about Gigi and Ducati, they will fire him even if he is the best possible engineer for them, just as they have divested themselves of riders in the past.
Yep, Domenicali is expert on firing their best work forces. He's the greatest dickhead ever of Ducati Corse. BTW, I'm wondering when tobacco man will counter-strike and smoke him.
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Didnt he crash into franco in argentina?
So what? A racing incident. Imagine if Honda dismissed Marquez after he nearly killed another rider.
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