Ducati Desmosedici GP12 is still mysterious. In a closed private test, which tested the Carlos Checa was just admitted to not say a lot.
Different than normal, event last week did not bring Wrooom new ride for Ducati next season. That said, in addition to really want to keep his pledge 1.000cc, Ducati still continue to do development on these motors.
In Jerez, Tuesday (01/17/2012) local time, the Ducati Desmosedici GP12 finally tasting the track with Carlos Checa diving duties as test driver. This test is the first of a three-day plan and conducted closed.
Mystery of the motor that will drive next season Valentino Rossi and Nicky Hayden were increasingly likely, so that Ducati also has not been officially informed or even spread the photos after the test.
Checa, former MotoGP rider at a time WSB champion, could only give a short statement via his account, @ CarlosCheca7, the microblogging service Twitter.
“The first test this year, get a good impression of the bike, we are working very well. I can not say many things, more tomorrow task again. Ciaoo!” he wrote as reported by Crash.
Currently not much is known about the Desmosedici GP12, besides claimed Ducati Corse General Manager Filippo Preziosi as the ‘mounts the new 90% “. GP12 is also touted to be the first Ducati MotoGP bike that uses a twin-spar aluminum frame.
Through Twitter, Alex Briggs who is one of the mechanics of Rossi also divulge information even though the contents are not necessarily able to answer some question marks there.
“The test in Jerez is an important check and also to get the basic settings for everything. The motor that we have designed is really NEW. Ducati has done a remarkable job since Valencia last test,” on account @ Alex__Briggs kicaunya.
Rossi last season ending with a disappointing debut with Ducati after winning a race incapable of anything, a first notch in his career.
End of this January, Rossi and Hayden will test his new bike in an official MotoGP test in Sepang, Malaysia