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"Audi is a public German company. When they do their due diligence they are going to see clearly that Ducati wasted a ton of cash and resources and tarnished their racing heritage"
Sadly, I agree about the racing being in jeapordy with Audi.
Audi or anyone else will definitely no go for bleeding money. If Ducati wants to continue in MotoGP they better be hiding all that spent cash in R&D accounts or keeping those Phillip Morris checks off the books and using that money for racing.
And the thing about their racing heritage is that it was mainly built in WSBK as of late. Ducati has a single GP title and that was with Casey. I wouldn't be surprised if the new owners took them out of GPs and return to WSBK with a full factory effort. You can't argue that it is more bang for the buck for Ducati.