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May 19th, 2013
Dani Pedrosa dominated an eventful French Grand Prix to take over the top spot in the MotoGP championship standings. Pedrosa was well clear of Cal Crutchlow, second aboard the Tech 3 Yamaha despite riding with a shin fracture from his practice crash. The win moved Pedrosa six points clear of team-mate Marc Marquez, who recovered to third on the second Honda after a poor start, and 17 ahead of Jorge Lorenzo, whose Yamaha was only seventh.
May 18th, 2013
Andrea Dovizioso admitted he surprised himself by getting a Ducati on the front row for MotoGP’s French Grand Prix at Le Mans.
April 16th, 2013
Ducati admits it will arrive at Austin on the back foot following its decision to skip MotoGP’s pre-season test at the Texan track. While Honda and Yamaha’s factory riders completed a collective 10 days of running in March, Ducati’s sole experience comes via Nicky Hayden’s brief run around the circuit on a street bike. Following the season-opening Qatar Grand Prix, where Andrea Dovizioso and Hayden were seventh and eighth respectively, Ducati team manager Vittoriano Guareschi acknowledged his team faces a difficult weekend.
March 27th, 2013
Andrea Dovizioso admits Ducati’s resurgence in MotoGP pre-season testing has taken him by surprise. The Italian marque was more than two seconds off the pace in the first test of the new year at Sepang , prompting a downbeat Nicky Hayden to admit the team had lost ground
February 26th, 2013
Andrea Dovizioso believes Ducati’s deficit to the MotoGP frontrunners has been brought back to ‘acceptable’ levels following improvements at the second Sepang winter test. All four Ducatis lagged behind Honda and Yamaha at the opening test, prompting Dovizioso and Nicky Hayden to call for major changes
January 15th, 2013
Andrea Dovizioso is confident that the neck injury that forced him out of last year’s Jerez test will not cause him any trouble in the forthcoming MotoGP campaign.
November 13th, 2012
Andrea Dovizioso said he felt instantly comfortable on his first day riding for the works MotoGP Ducati team. The 26-year-old Italian secured a switch from Tech 3 to Ducati in August , having been eager to recapture a factory seat following his three-year spell at Honda
November 9th, 2012
Nicky Hayden set the pace in a wet opening practice session for MotoGP’s 2012 finale at Valencia. A late rally allowed him to work his way down to a 1m44.485s, over one second clear of the field, although the soaked surface was far from conducive to chasing outright times.
October 20th, 2012
Andrea Dovizioso believes his underlying race pace provides even more cause for optimism that the front-row grid slot he secured in MotoGP qualifying at Sepang. The Tech 3 man had challenged for pole, and while title rivals Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa improved late on, Dovizioso was able to finish within a quarter of a second of the ultimate pace, earning third in the process.
September 30th, 2012
Dani Pedrosa kept his slim MotoGP championship ambitions alive with an emphatic victory in the Aragon Grand Prix.
September 5th, 2012
Andrea Dovizioso has decried what he believes is a general lack of recognition for his abilities within the MotoGP community. The Italian has suffered a string of disappointments in the past two seasons, including losing his works Honda ride at the end of 2011 and losing out to compatriot Valentino Rossi in the fight for a 2013 works Yamaha seat .
August 22nd, 2012
Andrea Dovizioso has agreed a two-year deal to race for Ducati from 2013, the team has confirmed, as the Italian replaces outgoing superstar Valentino Rossi. Yamaha announced earlier this month that it had re-signed Rossi after the seven-time MotoGP champion finally gave up in his mission to add an eighth crown with the Italian manufacturer. Since then Dovizioso has been heavily-tipped to replace Rossi, and the deal was made public on the eve of the Czech MotoGP at Brno this weekend.
August 21st, 2012
Andrea Dovizioso has given the clearest indication yet that he will join Ducati’s works MotoGP squad from 2013. The Italian has been strongly linked to the seat vacated by Valentino Rossi at the Desmosedici team, and has made no secret of his desire to be a works rider next season – even if his original intention was to land the ride Rossi will now take at Yamaha
August 18th, 2012
Andrea Dovizioso believes he can stay among the lead pack in Sunday’s Indianapolis Grand Prix after securing his second front-row start of the 2012 MotoGP season, but suspects polesitter Dani Pedrosa will prove unbeatable. Fresh from four podiums in the last six races and with a 2013 Ducati deal looking increasingly likely, Dovizioso’s strong run continued as he qualified third behind Pedrosa and Jorge Lorenzo at Indianapolis
July 30th, 2012
Andrea Dovizioso fears he will miss out on a factory Yamaha ride next year because Valentino Rossi is ‘really close’ to a deal. The Italian rider, currently at satellite Tech 3 squad, has made his case for a work both away from the circuit and on it, scoring four podiums for his outfit. He admitted that may still not be enough however, given his belief that Rossi is closing in on a return to the Japanese giant.
July 15th, 2012
Andrea Dovizioso described his third straight MotoGP podium as a ‘dream’ result, as he took his Tech 3 Yamaha to third place on his home soil at Mugello. The result was Dovizioso’s fourth podium in five races.
July 12th, 2012
Andrea Dovizioso believes beating Ben Spies and Cal Crutchlow over the remainder of 2012 will be fundamental to his ambitions of landing a factory MotoGP ride. After losing his works Honda ride at the end of 2011 the Italian moved into Yamaha’s satellite Tech 3 operation, with whom he has scored three podiums in the last four races
July 8th, 2012
Dani Pedrosa claimed his first MotoGP victory of 2012, and his third straight at the Sachsenring, as a slow-burning German Grand Prix built to a dramatic conclusion. Pedrosa’s Honda team-mate Casey Stoner fell while trying to challenge Pedrosa on the final lap, handing Yamaha Jorge Lorenzo second, and with it the championship lead
July 7th, 2012
Andrea Dovizioso admits he will have to be aggressive from the outset of Sunday’s German Grand Prix after an “unhappy” qualifying left him on the third row. The Italian, who has captured two podiums in the past three races, said he remains confident his race potential is higher than he was able to demonstrate on Saturday.
June 30th, 2012
Andrea Dovizioso said he was delighted to take his second MotoGP podium of the year in the Dutch TT because he did not underestimate how difficult it was for his satellite Tech 3 team to get among the works squads at the front. Dovizioso defeated factory Yamaha rider Ben Spies to secure third at Assen, claiming his second podium in a month after achieving the same result at Catalunya.