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I know he is being asked questions and is responding accordingly, but Casey should really shut the bloody feathers up, or stick to talking about Honda which is his team and employer. He is tooting off about Ducati more than Nicky, Rossi, the Ducati Organization and the whole of Italy all put together. What gives him that right? Because he won a solidarity championship there and fled amoaning himself two years later only fourth in the WC? You sure made a fantastic decision Casey to retire at the end of the season. An even better one would be to leave right away now!

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