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@ separated ..... Good point about Casey haters.
I copied and pasted that after reading posts by gorbachov and mdzane. And now gutbucket.
@ True Fan....Not really rubbish. Audi couldn't listen to Casey, he doesn't ride a Ducati anymore.
It is common knowledge that the wholesale changes have not always been the ones asked for, were slow in coming, and some that were asked for haven't been forthcoming.
You are right about Casey but unfortunately he kept winning, so it is possible that the Ducati engineers thought the bike didn't need to be changed. After all he came from nowhere and trounced the field in 2007.
If Rossi's input was next to worthless, why on earth would Prez, Ducati, and Audi want to keep him.
It is difficult to deny the failures but is it really Rossi's fault?