Carlos Checa Testing The Ducati At Mugello

Carlos Checa confirmed today that he is seriously in contention to ride the Pramac Ducati at Estoril and Valencia in place of Mika Kallio. In a video posted on Twitter, Checa is shown testing the Ducati Desmosedici GP10 at Mugello today, evaluating whether he is ready to race the GP10 or not. A decision is expected sometime shortly after the test.

Below is the video Checa just posted:

Carlos Checa confirmed today that he is seriously in contention to ride the Pramac Ducati at Estoril and Valencia in place of Mika Kallio. In a video posted on Twitter, Checa is shown testing the Ducati Desmosedici GP10 at Mugello today, evaluating whether he is ready to race the GP10 or not. A decision is expected sometime shortly after the test.Below is the video Checa just posted:

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I don't need no stinkin' video . . .

just the sound of that desmo does it all!

Total votes: 14

GP11 o GP10

Is he testing the GP11 or the GP10?

Total votes: 15

Checa is testing the latest

Checa is testing the latest gp10
these are the 2 factory test bikes so could have a higher spec than stoners bikes that of course are on the otherside of the world

Total votes: 15

Sorry ...

Was thinking about something else when I posted this, and got my numbers mixed up. I meant GP10, and have corrected the story accordingly. 

Total votes: 19

Yup

Horny as hell! :-) :-)

Total votes: 17

IL DUCATI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Nothing like them. I would leave my woman for those beautiful red Italianas.........Beautiful!

Total votes: 18

Bravo...

Go get um Carlos!

Total votes: 16

I wish

That Checa would race at Phillip Island

Total votes: 18

You're not fooling

You're not fooling me....That's Rossi in Checa's leathers! ;)

Total votes: 16

Carlos

All of us old guys are rooting for you! :)

Total votes: 20

How can MotoGP manufacturers

How can MotoGP manufacturers not have young riders lined up ready to sub?

Total votes: 18

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