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Hayden is not on the same bike. Hayden is riding the GP11 and Rossi is riding his new improved version. The fastest Ducatis are the ones without the Rossi improvements. Also Hayden has been riding the Ducati, at speed, for years. Rossi has never ridden it at speed, nor any of the previous Ducati GP bikes. Despite this, he sees himself as the head of development. Perhaps a bit of time spent, like 50 laps, aboard every GP bike that Ducati has built might be a good place to start the process of making an informed decision. As opposed to 7 years of riding an inline 4 with a twin spar aluminum frame.