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Sunshine, VIP access and Paul Smart as a guide, Special Report By Greg Pullen
Date: Thursday evening, April 9, 2015
Location: Ducati Austin, 812 E. Braker Lane, Austin, TX 78753
What: 2015 MotoGP Kick-Off Happy Hour
Who: EVERYONE WHO LOVES MOTOGP &/OR DUCATI
Our 3rd ANNUAL --AND BEST EVER-- MOTOGP KICK-OFF HAPPY HOUR:
Austin Food Truck Beer & Wine
Special Appearance by DUCATI CORSE* Including person or persons who may have very recently stood on a podium ;-)
*due to logistics and variables of racing, appearance cannot be guaranteed
Book Signing by Paul Ritter for his book, Racing the Gods
“Happy Easter from the Land of Joy!
#scramblerducati #landofjoy #scrambleryouare #happyeaster”
Nathan? Is that you?
Andrea Iannone is determined to ‘keep his feet on the ground’ after claiming a first MotoGP podium on his Ducati Team debut in the Qatar season opener.. Read more HERE at Crash.net!
This kid is the new King of Great Timing.
"Despite Valentino Rossi and Andrea Dovizioso riding quite aggressively at the end of the race as they fought for victory, Valentino was able to set his third-quickest lap on the final lap, while the last lap was Andrea’s quickest of the race."
For the whole interview click HERE
Another big winner from the weekend besides Rossi and the Ducati Team? Bridgestone.
Following the Ducati Team’s results at the Commercial Bank Grand Prix of Qatar, its fuel allowance has been reduced from 24 to 22 litres.
An official nod to the Ducati team progress.
Yesterday, Ducati fans worldwide tuned in to a race run in the night and were treated to a day like no other. It had been a long time in the making. In the process pride was swallowed, friendships and careers destroyed, help was sought from unlikely places and the total team structure was turned upside down. But the light at the end of the tunnel turned out to be the 3600 bulbs that light the Losail Circuit, where every night since Thursday the Ducati team took to the track on the all new GP15 and looked more and more likely in possession of what could legitimately be described as a track weapon. Frankly it seemed too good too soon.
For the rest click HERE
Ducati fans, happy to no longer be called "long suffering", the end is here
The winter months are long and empty for MotoGP fans but the pre-season testing is over and the first race in Qatar is upon us. From this weekend until November 8, fans will pack into 18 circuits a...
Not Ducati specific but pretty interesting if you attend races in person where you find yourself info starved and unable to post anything to the web.