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Misano MotoGP; Dovi; Stoner data "always interesting

Casey Stoner's future as a Ducati MotoGP test rider stays indistinct, bits of gossip developing that Alberto Puig is endeavoring to entice the Australian back to Honda. Dani Pedrosa near KTM bargain?
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Ongoing reports have affirmed that Casey Stoner is thinking about his future as a Ducati MotoGP test rider, yet in addition that his recuperation from bear medical procedure isn't a factor.

Rather Stoner, who won Ducati's solitary MotoGP title in 2007 preceding including a second crown with Honda, has been cited as saying Ducati don't have all the earmarks of being utilizing his information and criticism.

On Saturday at Misano. Crash.net asked Ducati's authoritative title sprinter up Andrea Dovizioso how he has by and by profited from Stoner's info.

In the wake of clarifying he would not like to get engaged with any theory over Stoner's future, the Italian included:

"I don't know everything about the points of interest, yet what I know is that what we saw from Casey is in every case, extremely intriguing. Since I know him from [being a partner at] HRC and the manner in which he rides the bicycle is something extraordinary.

"In one section it's in every case, extremely fascinating. Like when you take a gander at Jorge now. You can see on the information something uncommon and it's constantly decent to ponder. Much the same as Casey.

"In another part, every rider has an alternate style and it doesn't mean we need to tail one way. I think the group have constantly attempted to comprehend everything and endeavored to make the most extreme.

"Everyone needs to win. Everyone has distinctive thoughts. So I don't have the foggiest idea about the insights about Casey, this isn't my [business], on the grounds that it is the relations amongst Casey and Ducati."

Triple MotoGP champion Lorenzo will leave Ducati for Repsol Honda next season, while bits of gossip over the Misano end of the week have recommended new HRC group administrator Alberto Puig, who assumed a key part in Stoner's initial profession, is wanting to entice the Australian back to his past Honda test part.

In the wake of resigning toward the finish of 2012, Stoner had helped Honda before coming back to Ducati as a brand minister and test rider, close by general improvement rider Michele Pirro, in 2016. The Italian production line, which had been winless from Stoner's takeoff toward the finish of 2010, won two races in 2016, six out of 2017 and three so far in 2018.

Stoner's latest Ducati test was at Sepang in January, just before his shoulder medical procedure. Ducati say they are still in discourses with Stoner about his future and that no choices have yet been made.

Stefan Bradl is set to proceed as Honda's full-time test and trump card rider next season.

Then, bits of gossip are warming up that present Repsol Honda rider Dani Pedrosa will turn into a KTM test rider one year from now.