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You're right Catch Up, Rossi did crash alot last year but, Ducati, with the help of Rossi and company, were making alot of radical changes last year as well trying to make the bike better. I'm no expert, just like most of the people who comment here but, it seems to me that crashing a bike that you just started riding that is also constantly being updated is alot different than crashing a bike that you've been on for the last 4 years. Especially when the updates weren't helping. Regardless of whoevers input the updates were based on. Rossi and Burgess got alot of things wrong last year and they admitted it themselves but, time will show us all if Ducati will continue to go forward or stay the same/go backwards in development as they did with Stoner.