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July 14th, 2012
Hector Barbera admitted he amazed himself by securing his first MotoGP front row start at the Italian Grand Prix – and now wants to prove he can run with the lead pack in Sunday’s race. The Spaniard had never previously qualified above sixth before putting his Pramac Ducati third on the Mugello grid, ahead of both factory Ducatis and reigning world champion Casey Stoner. “If yesterday somebody told me that I could start from the front row, I would not have believed it,” said Barbera
February 23rd, 2012
Ducati general manager Filippo Preziosi believes his team has made a step forward after three days of testing at Jerez. Test rider Franco Battaini rode on all three days, focusing on honing the electronics and setups of the new 1000cc GP12 bike. Preziosi said that he was was satisfied that the bike has made a step forward and is keen to give race riders Valentino Rossi and Nicky Hayden a go on the updated machine at the official Sepang test.
November 8th, 2011
Hector Barbera declared himself ‘excited’ about the potential of Ducati’s new 1000cc Desmosedici after testing it for the first time at Valencia on Tuesday. The 25-year-old Spaniard, who only confirmed his deal to join the Pramac Racing squad on the morning of the test, was eighth quickest during the day, 0.3s off the quickest Ducati of Valentino Rossi.
November 8th, 2011
Hector Barbera will race for the Pramac Ducati team in MotoGP next year.
November 7th, 2010
Randy de Puniet will remain in MotoGP next year having secured a ride with the Pramac Ducati team. The 29-year-old Frenchman’s move to Pramac had been anticipated since he lost his LCR seat to Moto2 champion Toni Elias, and it was confirmed by the team following today’s Valencia Grand Prix. “I am incredibly excited about this new adventure that will begin next year,” said de Puniet
November 5th, 2010
Casey Stoner went quickest in the opening practice session for the season-ending MotoGP race at the Valencia circuit. Stoner, who dominated last year’s weekend at Valencia before falling down before the start of the race, moved to the top of the times with some six minutes of the session remaining.
October 31st, 2010
MotoGP returnee Carlos Checa felt his retirement from the Portuguese Grand Prix was a direct consequence of having not been able to prepare properly for the race in practice due to the poor weather. Persistent rain through the build-up at Estoril meant that the riders did not get any dry running until the race itself. Checa, back in MotoGP for two races with Pramac Ducati after three years away in World Superbikes, made a strong start and got up to 11th for a while, only to have to retire due to discomfort from the condition known as ‘arm pump’.
October 28th, 2010
Loris Capirossi will ride for the Pramac Racing team in the 2011 season, the MotoGP outfit confirmed on Thursday. The veteran Italian rider will thus be riding a Ducati again from next year, having competed with the works team before joining Suzuki in 2008. Capirossi will join Pramac in the post-season test at Valencia after getting permission from his current team
October 27th, 2010
Carlos Checa says he is feeling relaxed about his return to MotoGP at Estoril this weekend, describing his two-race Pramac Ducati deal as a ‘great adventure’. The 38-year-old Spaniard has been called up by Pramac after it parted company with Mika Kallio, who had struggled this season and was affected by a persistent shoulder injury.
October 25th, 2010
Carlos Checa will return to MotoGP after the Pramac team confirmed the Spaniard will replace Mika Kallio in the final two races of the season. Finn Kallio had stepped down from his seat following the last race and Checa was expected to be the man to replace him
September 30th, 2009
Mika Kallio is to stay with the Pramac Ducati team for the 2010 season. The 26-year-old rookie will return to Pramac at Estoril this weekend after a three-race stint with the factory Ducati squad in place of the unwell Casey Stoner
August 24th, 2009
Aleix Espargaro says he never expected to be racing at MotoGP already after being called up by the Pramac team to replace Mika Kallio. Espargaro has raced in only two 250cc events this year, but will already be making his MotoGP debut at Indianapolis this weekend. The 20-year-old, who will become the youngest ever Spaniard to race in the top category, said Pramac’s call came as a big surprise