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Blah Blah why is www delusional? Nicky is running the new bike at around the same place as the GP9 and 10 so it only stands to reason that Casey would also be able to push this years bike to a couple wins and several DNF's. He left Ducati to get a fast bike he could keep upright without nearly killing himself to move up the points and contend for another title. Honda was a dream fit but I have no doubt we would have done just as well on the Yamaha. I think testing these young guys is a great way for Ducati to find someone with the nerve to look beyond possible injuries and push the bike past the limit. My racing days are nearly over and I know I dont take the chances I didn't think twice about 25 years ago. Sometimes balls are better than experience and I believe Ducati needed a mix of both on their equipment.