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"We also produced one swingarm, one different frame, one different triple clamp - but at this moment he hasn't tried them."
Presumably these are the so called flexibility package and recent reports have Rossi heading in the other direction towards "Ducati settings". Given that they have lost today I wonder when (if ever) these much discussed new bits will be tried by Rossi.
It is increasingly sounding like the GP11 is a straight forward development of the GP10 with no mention of specific solutions to the supposed front end problem apart from adjustments to the riding position ie the same type of changes that made Stoner faster in the last races but didn't stop him from losing the front end.
No wonder the other Ducati riders are struggling and Rossi is well below his usual testing position.