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Valentino says he was still complaining about the same things in 2012 as he was in 2010 - Ducati did absolutely nothing about anything! Casey Stoner did nothing but complain in the years he rode the bike, Ducati did nothing about it. Yes, Casey managed to win races, but he managed to fall off a lot in an attempt to push a bike that was always going to fail. Valentino has much more experience and has a brain that told him that it was a waste of time, and probably a waste of his life if he was to attempt the same thing!Casey was still trying desperately to prove himself,so constantly pushed the bike way past it's rideable limits and crashed. Valentino will prove he is not washed up, is not past it and that he can still ride a good bike!!If he had tried to do the impossible on the Ducati, he might not be in a position now to do so!