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Erm.... Crash.net... You really do need to keep up to date with the news before reporting things. There is NO uncertanty about the Pramac & Cardion customer spec bikes at all. Pramac, the company that owns & funds the race team of the same name have gone bankrupt & the only reason administrators are allowing team to finish the season is that costs less than the penalty payments they would have to make to DORNA if they pulled out. Cardion AB have already stated they will not be running a customer spec Ducati next year. They said they will be running either another manufacturers customer bike or more likely a CRT. It was reported some time ago that Marc VDS were in negotiations with Ducati to step up into MotoGP and become an official satellite team the same as T3 are with Yamaha. It is worth remembering that this year like many previous years there has been no satellite Ducati's on the grid. Although many call them that they have been customer spec bikes rather than factory support



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