•   
  •   
  •   

Auto Shows Chaz Davies or Michael Ruben Rinaldi? Ducati announces decision for 2021

16:25  02 october  2020
16:25  02 october  2020 Source:   de.motorsport.com

Spied Again: Ducati Multistrada V4

  Spied Again: Ducati Multistrada V4 Spied Again: Ducati Multistrada V4Spied while being tested in near-finished form, the Multistrada V4 isn’t a secret anymore. Ducati officially announced its plans to make the bike last September, confirming it to be an addition to the Multistrada range rather than a replacement for either the 950cc or 1,260cc V-twin models. In a one-line statement, the firm said: “Development is ongoing, and in 2021 the Multistrada family will expand to see the twin-cylinder 1260 and 950 motorcycles joined by a version with a new, specific V-4 engine.

May 28, 2020: Ducati 's Paolo Ciabatti explains the factory's decision to promote Jack Miller to its official MotoGP team in 2021 . "So in the end we decided he was the right candidate to bring some new energy into the factory team for 2021 . "The expectation is that [Jack] will now consolidate his

Chaz Davies on WN Network delivers the latest Videos and Editable pages for News & Events, including Chaz Davies endured a difficult race on the second factory Ducati , ultimately finishing 11th ahead of the second US House panel announces contempt proceedings against Mike Pompeo.

It is still unclear who will be teammate of Scott Redding with Ducati in the 2021 WSBK season: Chaz Davies does not seem optimistic despite Barcelona victory

Ducati also has before the racing weekend in Magny- Cours (France) has not yet made a decision about who will ride alongside Scott Redding in the coming WSBK season. It is not even certain whether it will be clarified before the season finale in Estoril (Portugal) in two weeks who will get second place in the Ducati factory team.

But it is clear that Ducati will choose between Chaz Davies and Michael Ruben Rinaldi. "There are no other names involved. It will be decided between Chaz and Michael," confirms Ducati team manager Serafino Foti.

Jerez MotoGP: Marquez leads Vinales in first practice

  Jerez MotoGP: Marquez leads Vinales in first practice Marc Marquez topped the opening MotoGP Spanish Grand Prix practice at Jerez in a session in which the entire 22-rider field was split by 1.380 seconds. © Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images Marc Marquez, Repsol Honda Team The first practice session since November’s Valencia GP got off to a frenetic start, with top spot changing hands several times in quick succession. Pramac Ducati’s Jack Miller set the benchmark pace on his first lap at a 1m39.673s, which was quickly toppled by Wednesday’s test pacesetter Maverick Vinales on the factory Yamaha. Vinales’ 1m39.426s was traded for a 1m38.

OMG HIS VOICE IS UNIQUE- Michael Jackson - Billie Jean | Allie Sherlock & Fabio Rodrigues - Продолжительность: 4:43 Allie Sherlock Рекомендовано вам.

Here's a great vid that Ducati have produced to celebrate the launch of the last 1299 Panigale R. (Credit Ducati ).

"We haven't made a decision yet. We will make the final decision in a few weeks. We are in no rush," explains Foti. "We want to focus on the current season because it is very important to finish it well. That's why we decided to wait another two or three weeks."

After the second Aragon weekend, there were many indications that Michael Ruben Rinaldi would join the works team. With the victory, the young Italian was promoting himself. Rinaldi is considered a Ducati Junior and has enjoyed the support of main sponsor Aruba for years. But then Chaz Davies won the next event in Barcelona.

Did the Barcelona win increase Davies' chances? "Nothing's going on. Do you have a job for me?" Jokes the multiple vice world champion in an interview with 'WorldSBK.com'. Davies doesn't sound particularly optimistic.

WSBK Jerez: Scott Redding defeats world champion Jonathan Rea in run one

 WSBK Jerez: Scott Redding defeats world champion Jonathan Rea in run one © Aruba.it Racing - Ducati Scott Redding showed a powerful performance Ducati works driver Scott Redding won the first WSBK race in Jerez z ( for race result ). The Superbike World Championship ookie prevailed in a tough duel with world champion Jonathan Rea (Kawasaki). Yamaha driver Toprak Razgatlioglu completed the podium on Saturday afternoon. Redding started the first race from pole position. The WSBK rookie secured first place in the Superpole, but was only 0.034 seconds faster than Jonath

Chaz Davies and Marco Melandri will once again ride the Panigale R on track for its final challenge ahead of next year’s debut of the Panigale V4. Also, we decided to move to SBK with the Aruba.it Racing - Junior Team and Michael Ruben Rinaldi , a young rider with plenty of potential.

Chaz Davies (Aruba.it Racing - Ducati #7): “I’m very excited and motivated about the season that’s about to start. After five years and many great memories with the twin-cylinder bike, the time has come to begin a new challenge and I can’t wait to get back on track with the Panigale V4 R. My last tests

Chaz Davies © Provided by motorsport.com Chaz Davies

Is Chaz Davies' time at Ducati running out in two weeks?

Photo: Aruba.it Racing - Ducati

"To be honest, I don't know where my future lies. It would be nice to know as soon as possible. But at the moment I have to concentrate on my work. Hopefully I can repeat what I do I succeeded in Barcelona, ​​"said the three-time vice world champion.

Davies had ruled out a move to a Ducati customer team after his victory in Catalonia. The Welshman also wants to drive for a works team in 2021. Apart from Ducati, Davies has little chance of turning this plan into reality. The WSBK veteran could only find a place at Honda if HRC does not continue its cooperation with Leon Haslam.

With images from Motorsport Images.

Estoril WSBK: Davies leads Ducati 1-2 in season finale .
Chaz Davies capped off his stint as a factory Ducati rider with a fine victory in the final race of the 2020 World Superbike season at Estoril, leading a 1-2 for the Italian manufacturer. © Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images Chaz Davies, ARUBA.IT Racing Ducati While polesitter Toprak Razgatlioglu got the best launch off the line, Davies managed to pass him into Turn 1 to take an early lead. The two were quickly joined by the Kawasaki of Jonathan Rea, who had jumped Michael van der Mark at the start before capitalising on a crash for GRT Yamaha’s to move up to third.

usr: 3
This is interesting!