Finally for Ducati! Was Iannone decision a mistake?

Congratulations to the Ducati team, after six years since Casey Stoner’s times, a new victory for the red Scuderia.

And it was also a first victory to Andrea Iannone in Moto GP as well, and no need to say all the history with the team, but what’s more shocking is that he will be sacked by the end of the season.

P1 in FP3!! Good job this morning!! 😎✊👊 #ducati #motogp #dainesecrew #agvrider #pramac #maniac #ai29

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The Soul of Japan

World’s first motorcycle manufacturer is Japan. They make and sell the most bikes ridden in the world and nobody can deny they make great machines. However; japanese bikes didn’t quite feel with the definition of a motorbike with a soul. They lacked the character that makes Harleys, BMW’s or Ducatis unique… but that’s about to change, and they are also injecting a soul to their bikes now.

#marquezisabitch

Décima victoria de @marcmarquez93 en EEUU! Tenth victory for our champ in the USA! #IAM93 #MotoGP #AmericasGP @box_repsol @hrc_motogp

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…but a very fast bitch, specially in Austin where nobody could follow him!

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Ducati clash! Moto GP after Argentina and Michelin disaster

What a race we watched yesterday! Moto GP is getting  more and more interesting at a giant pace and we have to congratulate Marc Marquez for a glorious victory. The spaniard was unbelievable and did quite a quiet race being faster than hell and getting out of trouble asap.

The ones who were not so happy were the guys at Michelin -I imagine people at Bridgestone’s office clapping and cheering- nor were the guys at Ducati. Continue reading