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Casey must have deja vu. The same senario repeated like 2007 for his 2011 venture. Hopefully he does not lead them down the wrong path. Casey is the one that called for the switch to CF in 2008.....he got it in 2009 and we know the disastrous results. Stoner: I Wanted Carbon In 2008 by chase winstead www.superbikeplanet.com/2012/Feb/120214a.htm "There were quite a lot of changes, and the biggest thing with Ducati that we found is that in the middle of 2008 we first tried the carbon chassis, and we begged and pleaded for it for the second half of the season so we would have had a very competitive bike to try and win that championship," Stoner said. "But there's no way we got it. We got a lot of things we asked for, but unfortunately eight months late. And then by the time you needed the next thing, you'd have to wait six or eight months. "That was the biggest thing we struggled with. We just couldn't get what we wanted when we needed it."



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