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There have been many riders who were once highly regarded who have been overwhelmed by a man's bike, the Ducati. The list is long. Rossi is just another casualty, a rider the fans thought was able to walk on water. Hell, even Troy Bayliss has led more laps on a MotoGP Ducati than the busted **** Italian. The Ducati has also proved that Mr Rossi's reputation as some sort of motorcycle engineering genius is also rather wide of the mark. He's just another rider with feet of clay. Not in Stoner's league on a Ducati. As a Ducati owner and fan, I am glad Rossi is going back to Yamaha. He has taken Ducati backwards.