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Hmmm, I honestly think that Yamaha is good on the wet because it's a perfectly smooth bike with great power delivery.
About Ducati, the real question is: is that really better in the wet? I'm not so sure honestly, look at the other Ducs, more or less same performances as on the dry.
It's just Rossi who's up there.
I guess it's just the fact that water is some sort of "imperfect equalizer" (imperfect as some riders just don't get along with it) and Rossi's class come out unhindered by the bikes' issues.