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Cal's unlucky not to have a factory ride. First Valentino alerted Yamaha to his availability, then Ducati decided they needed an Italian. Still, he's staying in a competitive team he's well-gelled in, so more good results should be on the cards. As for 2014 and beyond, his prospects really depend on what Bradders does against him.