13 Фев 2015 | Author: | Комментарии к записи MotoGP — DUCATI MOTOGP TEAM WORKS HARD ON THE GP11 SETUP отключены
Ducati Desmosedici GP11


The two MotoGP free-practice sessions for the Grand Prix took this evening at Losail Circuit, with qualifying to happen tomorrow night of the opening race of the season on 20. Ducati MotoGP Team Valentino Rossi and Nicky both bettered their lap from last night, but haven’t improved their and positions as much as they’d

Nonetheless, the Italian rider the direction to work in to refine his setup for Sunday’s race, and he’ll try to make another forward. Hayden started the second session relatively only to find progress but both riders and their will look for solutions morning.

Valentino Rossi MotoGP Team) 8th,

“Today was a bit difficult, because we had to make a bigger improvement, but in the end we lower our time enough. of all, my shoulder bothered me a I wasn’t as strong as I was yesterday, and in the end of the I could feel it. Also, we don’t know this perfectly and, as happened to us in the we get to a point where it’s to make a step forward the setup.

It’s partly a matter of We’re trying to work the weight distribution, especially on the but we still haven’t found the balance. We’re missing a second with our pace to be in the where we hope to be Sunday. today we tried two setup that were quite and we chose one that we’ll try to tomorrow.”

Nicky Hayden (Ducati Team) 14th, 1:56.586

Ducati Desmosedici GP11

“Things didn’t really go a lot today. My position is worse yesterday, and my lap time is hardly any I’m still having trouble the bike in the long corners, but a rider should be able to a bit more time than I After two days of testing and the sessions, my time isn’t much better than it was in the

It’s a bit frustrating to be so far back for the race, but the team and I will try to it out. My guys are working and everybody’s pitching in. Qualifying be difficult because the soft doesn’t really seem to my lap time a lot. Hopefully we can a setup change or something will help.”

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