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".But i will add that i want to see Val stay with Ducati and get some good results on it rather than walking away in defeat"
I think a lot of people want to see that. I just can't see that happening. There isn't even a glimmer of a suggestion of a hint that this is anywhere in Ducati's short-to-medium future. The bike is that bad.
I tell you what I'd like to see... Remember at the Valencia test days at the end of last year's season, Suzuki had someone (de Puniet?) come and ride their bike for one day of the test? I'd like to see Stoner, as a free agent at the Valencia tests at the end of this year, spend a day on the Duke and a day on the Yamaha. I think we'd see something special. He's already shown us something special by dragging the duke to pole positions and victories and podiums in the past. But I'd really like to see what he could do on the current Duke and Yamaha before he leaves. Wishful thinking I know.