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Agree with monster.
Though it's their SECOND year with Ducati, it's their FIRST year with aluminum framed Ducati.
I don't have to remind you that aluminum twin spar frame is new to Ducati, and there's still tons of works to catch up with their japanese counterparts who have years of experience on aluminum frames.
JB's expertise in frame setting will come in handy of course, but I still doubt they can do years of works in just 1 or 2 years.
But of course, miracle does happen sometimes. In Ducati's case, it could be that they found the perfect frame geometry at the first few tries, and JB will only need to find tune it for each circuit. Miracle of course.