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Casey is now on the right bike to try and stop the personal results rot, Without question he's very fast..but there is a question mark about his development skills and feedback..The Ducati is hardly an allrounder? To imply Ducati wouldn't spend, on what he wanted to make the bike better and are only doing so now beaucse of Val, is simplistic and naive and pre supposes he could have done it at any time..if not for big bad Ducati.



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