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Bye bye Ducati, you're ineptitude won't be missed. Sorry it didn't work out for Vale and Co, but really it's the Boys from Bologna that have pie on their faces. Stoner walked when they couldn't give him a championship-winning bike after 07's miracle, it ended Melandri's GP career and now Rossi will walk after they proved unable to understand their own creation.
In all 3 instances, It's come down to Ducati not listening to (and acting on) rider feedback. Stoner said it was his reason for leaving, Melandri was told to see a shrink and Rossi has said many times (Burgess too) that Ducati hasn't really listened or improved the bike since he joined.