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Well,thats a welcome turnaround for Rossi. Hopefully track and climactic conditions will be the same for qualy and the race.
With this woefully depleted prototype line up for the race I will be gratefull for anything that injects some excitement.
@ fads. The Ducati was a great GP bike until they constantly meddled with the basics of what made their race bike tick,which was trellis chassis,aluminium swingarm and L4D16.
The decline is easily identified.
CF,softer engine and finally alloy beam frame.
Like so many on this forum and others point out.
Results and stats don't lie.They cut both ways.