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"And on the other side of the coin there has been no evidence that Ducati didn't listen to Stoner either."
Ok, there is no solid evidence that they didn't listen to him but there is plenty to say that if they did listen they didn't do anything about it.
Stoner and Hayden got next to ZERO updates the last couple of years. Ducati's idea of an update in 2009 was to go back and forth between the carbon fiber swing arm and the aluminum one. Last year the "update" that Casey got was the forks from the previous year. They never addressed the front issue what so ever and from the outside looking end thought it to be down to the rider and rider confidence.
But for Rossi? They did an unplanned redesign of the subframe after the end of season test. They have gone through more than 1 change of that. They also got an updated electronics kit either last round or the one before. They announced earlier in the year about updates coming out throughout the year - they NEVER did that with Casey. Not e