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jerginz Honestly m8 i dunno!! For me the real problem is the bike, Ducati was very lost, they try to improve but they dont find the good way to build there parts, they can t put the bike worcking on harmony!! People blain Rossi but if Ducati was becoming worst, really bad since 2009 they never stop until now its my opinian.. Also Motogp never stop and better riders come, other that fail a lot become better and then to keep on the good places is even more harder, all this mix of situacoins made the live harder for one Ducati rider at the momente.. Casey did great he was very hard with the bike and he could find better laps but that is not the point, if the bike is becoming so bad to argue with Japan they have to improve.. The rider have limits that they have to respect we never know hower lucky, on one time puching more harder that we know we can t puch and then if we have one crash that we land bad we can have serious problems.. I remind wayne rainey, i wach is crash several times and



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