Originally Posted by RedRocket
Ducati made it clear at their recent team introduction that they were not going to debut a new Ducati GP bike until they fully understood what the current one can and cannot do, its weak points and strong points all filtered through a new team structure. Thus Hayden is basically riding the same motorcycle today that he did in late 2012.
They still don't have that figured out? What have they been doing these past few months? Wouldn't it have been reasonable to expect that Audi put a torch under their asses already? Evidently Rossi made the right call.
Marquez is impressing. Looks to be the most interesting season in several years.