Dennis Noyes: “The Desmosedici? A World War II aircraft with 300 hp ”- MotoGP

Dennis Noyes: “The Desmosedici? A World War II aircraft with 300 hp ”- MotoGP
Dennis Noyes: “The Desmosedici? A World War II aircraft with 300 hp ”- MotoGP

From Maverick Vinales who could leave Yamaha for a bike that would allow him to win the way he likes (starting in front and finishing in front of Jorge Lorenzo), passing through Valentino Rossi (who is probably really at the end), up to Ducati. Dennis Noyes, a North American journalist, returned to talking about MotoGP, without analyzing the Mugello race, as a sign of respect after Dupasquier’s death, but drawing up his balance after this very first part of the season. Without hiding being incredibly impressed by Ducati. A motorcycle that, as far as he knows, is already capable of delivering 300 hp. “It is impressive – he said – the large number of technical innovations that have been necessary to control a Desmosedici that is already capable of delivering 300 hp of power. They have fins everywhere that make that bike look like a WWII plane, they have the controversial spoon on the swingarm, were the innovators of the holeshot system, first behind and then front and back. They forced the entire paddock to follow them. “

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