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Bridges. Rossi burned one down and peed on the ashes at Honda when he left. He and Yamaha both tried desperately to keep things on the up and up when he departed for Ducati, even taking out ad's wishing him well. Just in case. But if he were to jump ship mid-stream on Ducati, without ever even coming close to what his predecessor did. Could there ever be a way back, just in case things work out the same at Yamaha this time around? I suspect there would, just because he is Valentino. But you have to start wondering how many peoples careers does he have to ruin before it is enough? All of them is the answer your looking for! This season he is (intentionally or otherwise) screwing with Nicky, Dovi and Cal’s futures! And one of them is a fellow Italian! Valentino may well be the best thing to ever happen to WSBK as the talent pool over there is getting deeper by the minute and MotoGP is running dry! Its going to be Carmelo and the Spanish Mob in one end of the kiddy pool and Valentino and