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Think jerry Burgess took on a lot more than he thought with this Ducati. Personally Rossi should try the BMW that Liam Haslam rides. Still This Ducati has Handling problems Weight problems and Power and Torque problems. Casey Stoner knows that Ducati and even he knows its a handfull. The bike always looked to heavy, possibly to long, and the motor is not a smooth engine. That chassis would be ok if the engine was a 2 stroke. Nicky Hayden has struggled with it, so riding ability is the only answer to this bike. Now the rider for this bike would be BAUTISTA he has the right style for a violent bike like this. Me a normal road rider who after 35 years of riding has never had an accident, Have ridden in all weathers been caught by police helicopter, ridden no handed at 100mph, incurred tank slappers from older bikes, and does a fair rigsby impersonation. Never had a really fast bike but fancy a bmw S1000RR. Still got the ability at age of 56. Oh and tried to race the euro train down the M2



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