Vale Rossi – “Vale Rossi is not too old to win the MotoGP World Championship. There are people who win marathons at 40 years old. Rossi is in a great team. He’s a champion. The end of the season is so far. Let’s see what happens. I sure that Vale Rossi will win his 10th world title“. Casey Stoner, twice Moto GP world champion and Ducati test rider now, this morning visited the Nolan factory. He presented the new helmet dedicated to him. The Australian spoke about MotoGP.
Casey Stoner will not return to play in competitions. The Ducati test rider will develop just the bike for future races and for the 2017 season. When will arrive the world champion Jorge Lorenzo. A challenge that has already energized the Australian champion. Stoner looks very relaxed and smiling during the presentation of his new one-off helmet. It was a gift from Nolan for the many years spent together as a sponsor.
Vale Rossi is a great champion. Can Ducati win without its winglets?
Gigi Dall’Igna releases instead an interview with Gazzetta dello Sport. The engineer of the Ducati confirms that Stoner will not have a wild card and talks about the prohibition of winglets. “We have opened a road and we were stuck. There was no danger and a motorcycle with the fins is much safer, since with muzzle climb it poses a problem of directionality of the front wheel. It’s a great regret that something as important as the security has been used as a pretext by the GP Commission to block a technical solution that we had created benefit.” said Dall’Igna.
When the newspaper asked if the Japanese brands play against Ducati Team, Gigi Dall’Igna responds. “We worked to a reasonable agreement, Friday, when we met, it seemed possible, the next day they did reverse”. Maybe a little failure of Msma, the Association of MotoGP brands. “The Msma is an association designed to make little sense. For more than a year that you can’t find a reasonable agreement on any subject. For the future, I foresee a stable regulation and they do not change just because someone managed to find a win-win solution. For me, it’s a sporty little attitude. Stability, then, is also spending less money.” concluded Gigi Dall’Igna.