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Ducati boss denies input into MotoGP spec-ECU software upgrade

Ducati boss Gigi Dall'Igna has explained changes to the new Open class ECU software but said that his factory did not write the code for the update, but merely put in a request to Dorna who passed it on to manufacturer Magneti Marelli. It had been believed that Ducati had big input into the...

Published on March 12 2014, 20:31
Source: www.bikesportnews.com
 

The Ducati team has set high targets for 2016, but suggests that the recently introduced GP16 is up to the challenge. General Director of Ducati Corse Gigi Dall'Igna (top right), says, "We will fall in love of this bike." After a very positive 2015 season with production bike sales exceeding the... 

The 2014 MotoGP season marks a key point in the evolution of Grand Prix racing. Next season, all entries in the MotoGP class must use the Magneti Marelli standard ECU and datalogger as part of their hardware package. For the first time in history, electronics have been limited in motorcycle... 

Standard ECU Could Force Honda To Quit MotoGP by staff Thursday, December 19, 2013 If standard electronic control units are in Dorna's upcoming crystal ball for MotoGP, then that future may not include Honda. HRC boss Shuhei Nakamoto told European media Honda will quit the MotoGP World... 

If you wanted proof that things are changing at Ducati, you need look no further than the launch of their MotoGP team. In years past, it was an outrageously flamboyant affair, a veritable extravaganza hosted by Philip Morris to showcase their two motor sports projects, the Ducati MotoGP team and... 

After a week of debate and discussion, the Grand Prix Commission has finally reached an agreement on the Factory 2 class. It took many hours of phone calls, and full agreement was not reached until late on Monday afternoon, but the agreement contains some significant changes to the long-term... 

Though much of the attention during this year's Silly Season will be on the Yamaha and Honda garages, which we wrote about yesterday, the more interesting stories are to be found in the rest of pit lane. With Yamaha and Honda looking likely to remain virtually unchanged, the other factories in... 

It has been a long and confusing wait for the 2014 MotoGP season to begin. An awful lot has happened since the MotoGP bikes were rolled into their packing crates after the Valencia test and shipped back to the factories and workshops from whence they came. There have been shock announcements,...