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I do not believe the article is inaccurate because nothing new has been revealed, it is the same stuff we have heard. However, as a Rossi fan, it does seem that there was some bias towards Rossi while some level of "diminishing" what Casey has done. Casey has done on the Ducati what even one of the greatest motorcycle racer of all time could not (at least yet). Much respect to him. Rossi identified the same issues for the Ducati that Casey did but because of his popularity and media attention everyone..mostly us fans were more informed on what was happening. With the signing of Rossi, Ducati could not afford to waste that money on mot listening so they paid for Rossi and they listened and are still listening. They could not fix the bike for 2011 it was already made with prior input, the testing ban decided that for all the riders.