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I'm really surprised with your stupid reasoning:
First you said - It's up to the engineers to figure out how to "fix" things. If Ducati has the same engineers and designers than why do you guys expect a "fix" when the same group of people haven't "fixed" the problems in the last couple of years?
Joeski said - Engineers fix from rider recommendation...that is why they usually chose a lead rider to follow...for development purposes...yes they use feedback from all their riders but not all riders can communicate (technically) what they need to happen
Your next statement - It doesn't matter how good someone is at development if the factory can't design and produce the goods to correct the problems or move the bike forward. Casey hasn't done all the development over the years. Loris was there to help design the 2007 bike and he struggled more than he did on the 990. (truth is: where as Casey contributed for the 800 class in some ways).
By going through all the above you should be eithe