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Gigi Dall'Igna: Ducati could protest 'dangerous' Honda wings

Ducati MotoGP boss Luigi Dall'Igna says it could launch an official protest against Honda's wings, as it believes them to be “dangerous', as well as a potentially moveable aerodynamic part. Ducati's rear swingarm wing was the subject of an official protest made by Aprilia, Honda, KTM and Suzuki in the wake of its Qatar Grand Prix victory, with the case now being seen in the Court of Appeals after it was initially thrown out by Race Direction.  A decision from the appeal will be decided prior to the Argentine Grand Prix, with Dall'Igna adamant Ducati's device is legal.  Speaking to Sky Sports Italy, Dall'Igna says Honda's questioning of the...
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