Burgess Admits Heavy for Ducati Turn
Seven years of riding a Yamaha, Valentino Rossi was not yet comfortable with his new ride, Ducati. Mechanical mainstay Rossi, Jeremy Burgess, admitted heavy Ducati motorcycles madethe turn.
Rossi will start next year to defend Ducati Ducati motorcycles are trying out last month in a testin Valencia. In the shoulder which is still injury, practical Rossi as its motor control with onehand.
In fact, the Ducati is a motorcycle that has a great power. That is, the power needed to make theDesmosedici maneuver is also quite large.
"Ducati Motor driven need for more physical than the Japanese motors. turned the motor is oneissue that we must work on," Burgess said as reported by Speed TV.
"You need a little force and it adds to the pressure that we did not expect. We do not want totake risks,"says an Australian expert's motor.
Although there are complaints, Burgess claims that Rossi felt there were many positives from the Desmosedici. For the record, Burgess is the mainstay of mechanical Rossi during the past decade and has worked with drivers 31 years since the Honda.
"Valentino said that if this bike had a steady grip in the rear and the engine is perfect,"said Burgess.