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Desmo-why's….ENGLISH VERSION | Giorgio Manziana | motocorse.com

Desmo-why's….ENGLISH VERSION | Giorgio Manziana | motocorse.com | Desmopro News | Scoop.it
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I have always tried to follow the evolution of Ducati motoGP with focus on news not of public domain on the web or in the press, most often predicting successive development steps based on problems encountered. I am not saying that what Filippo Preziosi said during testing in Jerez, “Manziana, you're the only one to have understood us”, authorises me to claim expertise, but rather that I am a passionate and keen observer. I am not in a position to judge the work created by an engineer considered by many to be the genius of motoGP a few years ago, a reputation earned himself by his original concept of motorcycle different to the general standards of the time, and who, after the interview with Furusawa, is now considered in the collective imagination of many to be like a child in kindergarten that hangs from the lips of the teacher.


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Closed for inventory ENG VERS | manziana.motocourse.com

Closed for inventory ENG VERS | manziana.motocourse.com | Desmopro News | Scoop.it

 This article has been written yesterday. Today have been evolutions refering Rossi's contract.
This article will highlight some facts that occurred between 2011 and 2012, relating to the negotiation of the purchase of Ducati by Audi.
A lot has already written about this, but some elements appear to be inconsistent, so I thought it was worth exploring it in more detail. So what are we investigating? Mainly we are trying to understand why Ducati seems not to have been able to follow the development program and steps envisioned for 2012 with the new GP12.
Obviously the argument rests on assumptions, but based on facts that give sense to this article, also considering the financial reasons we will touch (the property switch of Ducati), I turned to a more experienced friend in this area: an economics teacher who teaches in a school in Switzerland.
Has the transfer of ownership of Ducati caused lags in the GP program? This is what I will try to demonstrate, quoting as usual the links that support my statements, in order to bring coherence to my hypothesis.

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