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Sport Who slept worst last night: Luigi Dall'Igna (Ducati)

10:50  26 october  2020
10:50  26 october  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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The new General Manager of Ducati Corse this year, Luigi Dall ’ Igna has already been able to enjoy a podium finish as well as a front row start. Following the French Grand Prix at Le Mans, the Italian spoke with motogp.com about the latest developments at Borgo Panigale

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the MotoGP season 2020 is slowly turning into the home straight. With only three races left, mistakes will now be consistently punished. Pole setter Takaaki Nakagami can confirm that.

The Japanese was the big favorite for the second Aragon race. But the fall on lap one not only broke the hopes for the first podium. The Honda driver will no longer play a role in the fight for the world title. According to HRC team manager Alberto Puig,

said world championship title is worth less this year because defending champion Marc Marquez is not there. This statement caused a stir in the summer. What sounded arrogant at first glance, but hits the nail on the head in my opinion.

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Who has earned the title the most this year? Which driver would be a worthy world champion? I've been asking myself these questions for weeks. And to be honest, I have problems with each of the potential World Cup contenders.

Nobody wants to be world champion Ducati Desmosedici © Ducati Ducati Desmosedici

Every driver has made mistakes or has shown poor performance. Seen over a season, mistakes can hardly be avoided. But the error rate this year is special. Joan Mir leads the World Cup without a single win. Fabio Quartararo is second in the World Championship, although he was only on the podium in three of eleven races. And as third in the World Championship, Maverick Vinales can boast no more than three podium places.

Gigi Dall'Igna © LAT Gigi Dall'Igna

After the season opener in Jerez, I would have clearly bet my money on Andrea Dovizioso. The Ducati rider started the season with a third place. Third place in Jerez was like a victory for Dovizioso. The Italian has never made it onto the podium in Jerez before. And the following routes played Ducati in the cards. But everything turned out differently.

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Dall ' Igna made clear that he will not be making any snap decisions regarding major design changes to the Desmosedici and predicts it will take until the third race to gather Ducati finished the opening test of 2014 with the seventh fastest lap time courtesy of Andrea Dovizioso, who was 0.837s slower than

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Which brings us to the main protagonist of today's column. After I already selected for the WSBK column last weekend, Ducati Corse boss Luigi Dall'Igna, after the recent MotoGP weekend I can't get past the person in charge of the Ducati racing department.

After the disastrous performance in Aragon, Dall'Igna could not have slept soundly. In my opinion, the safe World Cup has slipped more and more out of Ducati's hands recently. Only the mistakes of the competition ensured that Dovizioso is still within reach of the World Cup leader.

With a 13th place in the second Aragon race, Doviziosos probably reached a new low point last MotoGP season. Dovizioso left only two drivers behind: Tito Rabat and Bradley Smith. Ducati was handed the world title on a silver platter when it was clear that Marc Marquez would be out for weeks. But because of the internal unrest, the Italians are wasting this probably unique opportunity.

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No cohesion in the

team After three runner-up titles in a row, everything was prepared to bring the title back to Bologna this year. But even last year Ducati was no longer as harmonious as in previous years. "Desmo Dovi" was no more. Instead, it came out that there were disagreements between the number 04 and Ducati Corse boss Dall'Igna.

To be honest, I wasn't surprised that the dream marriage is coming to an end this year. Dall'Igna's constant flirtations with Jorge Lorenzo, the stubborn reliance on data instead of driver impressions and criticism of Dovizioso's approach have destroyed the connection to the long-standing Ducati spearhead. The resulting cracks could no longer be plugged.

The chemistry in the Ducati factory team is no longer right.

Lately Dovizioso appeared listless and unmotivated. As if he has absolutely no interest in leading Ducati to the world title. This probably seems strange to outsiders. After three runner-up titles, he finally has a great opportunity and does not use it.

But MotoGP is not that simple. In order to achieve top performance, the chemistry between the driver, team and manufacturer has to be right. And that has not been the case at Ducati for months.

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Nobody knows exactly what really happened internally. But if Dovizioso puts his MotoGP career on the line, there will be reasons. Missing the world title again will likely hit Dovizioso and Dall'Igna equally.

Sure, for Dovizioso it is probably the last chance. But Dall'Igna was never closer to adding a MotoGP title to his impressive résumé.

Would Dovizioso even be a worthy world champion?

Let's return to the original question and project it onto Ducati and Dovizioso. Provided that he could turn the World Cup again and step down as world champion. Would Dovizioso be a worthy world champion?

I would grant him the title. Without doubt. Would he have deserved this? With only two podiums from the past eleven races? Tell me on Facebook under "Sebastian Fränzschky - Motorsport Journalist" . Which driver would you consider a worthy world champion? Or is there no driver this year to whom that applies?

Sporty greetings,

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