WOW Jack Miller to Ducati Corse

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Ducati will regret this.

Are the spaghetti benders going to keep Petrucci or Dovizioso?
Jackass paired with a fast newcomer, Bagnaia, Morbidelli, or some other Italian.
Or they can kiss ass and lure Lorenzo out of retirement. :bomb:
 

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Both Petrucci and Dovizioso contracts expire this year

Jack jumps aboard in '21
Yeah, exactly. So who will The Wops In Charge give him for a teammate?
I say fresh blood all the way. Two senior citizens on the same team rarely works.
 

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I hope he does well. He had some good showings last season, but I don't think he has a championship in him.
He needs to stay on the damn bike to win races
I can't remember who said it, but..."It's easier to get a fast guy who crashes a lot to stop crashing, than to make a slow guy who doesn't crash a lot to go faster"

Casey Stoner case in point
 
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How the hell did he get so out of shape...on the 2nd turn?!?
Looks to me similar to the mishap that took the life of Simoncelli at Sepang

Lost grip at one or both tires, while he was on the verge of saving it, the electronics kicked in and did their job of hooking up the tire(s) causing the bike to violently catapult in a direction he didn't want to go (or so that's what the conspiracy theorists say about Simoncelli's crash)

Watching the Simoncelli crash, nothing about the angle at which he darted across in a somewhat perpendicular angle to the track and into the path of Edwards & Rossi makes sense in the 'natural world' (i.e. before traction control)

In the old days it seems like both would've just low sided off the track
 
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