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Perhaps Ducati have come to terms with the fact that the Japanese led MSMA has lost it's influence and it's power to make the rules. Rules which have been directly responsible for extortionate lease prices and without CRT this year would have us looking at a 12 bike grid?
Perhaps, like 2004 in WSB when the Japs said all factories were leaving when they weren't because Flammini had had enough of them meddling, they wanted to stay and are prepared to work within a new framework?
Perhaps they can see the damage that has been done and agree that the old direction was not sustainable for anyone but Honda and Yamaha?
Perhaps the Japanese two-thirds of the MSMA that just plain lied to the GPC, figured that junior partner Ducati would stay quiet on the matter, afraid of repercussions from them?
Perhaps they have the good of the sport at heart?