I suspect the fact they are both red and Italian is the only common factor.It can’t be a coincidence that Ferrari and Ducati struggle to manage their teams...what links them
Even Rossi couldn't get the Ducati MotoGP bike to work....
Agreed - I was referencing the last 5 years or so, post Stoner, and playing to the stereotypical Italian chaos..I suspect the fact they are both red and Italian is the only common factor.
Ducati have been run by Audi Sport for a few years now and have a strong bike. They didn't have that when Rossi was there.
I feel the problem over the last few years is they haven't had a 'alien' in the team like Marquez. Dovi is a really good rider, just not in the 'alien' catorgry like Stoner was.
Watch the Ducati over the next few races at circuits that will play to its strengths.
Watch out also for Miller and Bagnaia on the Ducatis, they are showing signs they might turn 'alien' as Quartararo has done for Yamaha.
Hope he's ok....butPerez tests positive for Covid-19 and will miss the British GP. Wishing him a speedy recovery
Racing Point's Sergio Perez has tested positive for coronavirus and will not take part in this weekend's British GP.www.skysports.com