Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Valentino Rossi aboard the GP11 Ducati Desmosedici: High-res wallpaper


Valentino Rossi and the GP11 Ducati Desmosedici - the best looking combo in MotoGP this year!

The Doctor recently tested the GP11 Ducati Desmosedici at the Sepang circuit in Malaysia, and came away reasonably satisfied. 'I’m happy because I was able to ride again today. I did another 42 laps, which is reassuring. Even when I work my shoulder hard, I’m finding that it doesn’t get worse, and I don’t suffer too much,' said Rossi. 'We tested some new fairings, trying out the aerodynamics. There’s still a little vibration at the front that we weren’t able to eliminate, but we have some cards we can play tomorrow to address that. We have to get a little more experience to better understand the bike’s reactions when we change tyres, from soft to hard and vice versa. If the weather stays nice, the track conditions will continue to improve, and I think lap times could drop a bit. Naturally, beyond feeling increasingly comfortable on the bike, one of our goals is to be able to ride it more easily. We’re satisfied with the progress we’re making,' he concluded.

For us, the Rossi-Ducati combo is the best there is in MotoGP this year. We love Valentino Rossi. We love these photographs of him riding the Ducati. We hope he wins the 2011 MotoGP championship. Go...!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


As far as we're concerned, Rossi-Ducati is the best bike/rider combo in MotoGP this year! Even Hayden's bike (below...) doesn't look too bad, especially with that model next to it...

1 comment:

bungle said...

You are so right. I love Yamaha bikes, have owned so many and they've always been my faves but when it comes to MotoGP, "Go Vale Go!" When Yamaha "future-proofed" the marque by elevating that slimy little turd Lorenzo over the man who had re-invented Yamaha GP supremacy... nuff said. I still own Yamaha but I will never cheer on their team, they have shown such disloyalty to the man that made them great. Ducati rulz OK!

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