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giganto 02-26-2005 06:45 AM

Re: World Superbike: Ducati's Laconi On Pole
 
Ah! Some hope on this stage for my favorite little beastie, R1. And... yes..first post. Normally enjoying you Fine Upstanding Gentlemen from the weeds(with a grin).

Holy_Kaw 02-26-2005 09:35 AM

Re: World Superbike: Ducati's Laconi On Pole
 
I'm going out on a limb and predicting that Corser and Kagayama on the Suzuki's are going to be a force this year.

robsputin 02-26-2005 09:51 AM

Re: World Superbike: Ducati's Laconi On Pole
 
I love Haga no matter what he rides. Is Garry McCoy in WSB this year?

pdad13 02-26-2005 01:06 PM

Kpaul Strikes Back
 
It was only a matter of time, wasn't it?

Steven_Verschoor 02-26-2005 02:09 PM

Re: World Superbike: Ducati's Laconi On Pole
 
Regarding McCoy, yes. Unfortunately he's on the Foggy-Petronas nail.

Buzglyd 02-26-2005 04:49 PM

Re: Kpaul Strikes Back
 
Now that he's glossing himself with a new handle he can re-hash all the same old crap from 4 years ago.



Ducati has two twins in the field and wins the pole and Nostradumbass thinks twins are inferior.

BMW4VWW 02-26-2005 06:39 PM

Re: Kpaul Strikes Back
 
Somebody get a rope. PLEASE. VWW

pdad13 02-26-2005 06:57 PM

Re: Kpaul Strikes Back
 
Well, at least we've got "Buzglyd" back.

giuliom 02-27-2005 03:41 AM

Re: The Empire (Japan) Strikes Back
 
I think it's great that we see all kinds of bikes in superbike. Having only Ducati was killing the championship, IMHO. Having said that, there are only 2 *competitive* Ducati bikes in the field. If you know something about Team Pedercini (those are the two DNF Ducati) you would know that the best they ever did in a field totally made up of Ducatis in the past few years is to finish almost in the top 10 with their top rider. I am actually a fan of Lucio Pedercini (their top rider), mostly because I admire the guts of a small company that year after year continues to compete without any chance of really winning. BTW, Lucio is the son of the owner of the team. When Superbike was at Laguna Seca I got to talk to him and some of the mechanics (I am Italian, so that's easy) and I can guarantee that's not a top notch effort: just not enough money and the bikes are older. But they do try hard.

Buzglyd 02-27-2005 04:35 AM

Re: World Superbike for Dummies
 
Only two of those are factory rides Nostradumbass.



Last time I checked, you were aging too. You're only 4 years behind me, remember?


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