Ducati.ms - The Ultimate Ducati Forum banner

Philip Island Results from Superbike Planet

1668 Views 8 Replies 7 Participants Last post by  airkitty
And YES, this is correct. Who said Ducati wouldn't do well?
But the ? is still what would Rossi have done?

1Sete GibernauDucati Marlboro TeamDucati Desmosedici GP-61:29.97
2Loris CapirossiDucati Marlboro TeamDucati Desmosedici GP-61:30.22
3Marco MelandriFortuna HondaHonda RC211V1:30.55
4Shinya NakanoKawasaki Racing TeamKawasaki Ninja ZX-RR1:30.65
5Nicky HaydenRepsol Honda TeamHonda RC211V1:30.91
6Dani PedrosaRepsol Honda TeamHonda RC211V1:31.08
7Casey StonerHonda LCRHonda RC211V1:31.24
8Kenny Roberts Jnr.Team RobertsKR211V1:31.66
9Randy De PunietKawasaki Racing TeamKawasaki Ninja ZX-RR1:31.76
10Makoto TamadaKonica Minolta HondaHonda RC211V 1:31.87
11Toni EliasFortuna HondaHonda RC211V1:32.14
12Alex HofmannTeam D'Antin PramacDucati Desmosedici GP-51:32.52
13Jose Luis CardosoTeam D'Antin PramacDucati Desmosedici GP-51:33.09
1 - 2 of 9 Posts
Rainman said:
But Nicky didn't fare as well this time.
5th overall with 90 laps.
And they say he had a head injury after a fall.

How could they tell?

LOL indeed!!!!!!
Ducati has always done well at Sepang and Phillip Island and Mugello. They were the fastest at the Sepang tests last year but most of the season went by beofore they got on the podium. It remains to be seen as to whether they can improve on the "slower" tracks.
1 - 2 of 9 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.