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Let's see here...
Stoner achieves less wins after every passing year on the Ducati.
Hayden, while claiming that this is the best Ducati he's ridden, is unable to obtain a podium for the first time in his career.
Rossi's performance on the Ducati improves (slightly), but his results are similar.
Now, they're all good riders, and the bike isn't getting any WORSE, so let's give credit where it's due: Honda and Yammy have just straight up sorted out their machines while the gap to Ducati has increased steadily, year after year.
Contrast GP to WSBK, where 5 of the 6 manufacturers claimed wins this year, and it's quite sad to see such weak competition levels.