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@ Marc, It is you who is smoking something good. I never said Ducati was failing, ever. You can keep trying to make stuff up to support your argument, but you're failing, miserably. So now we are saying Ducati has improved? Really? How so? Rossi already stated, through his two years of developmental genius, that the inherent problem with the Ducati is the same as it was when he first rode the bike. As others predicted two years ago (I wasn't one of them becuase I thought Rossi would be able to ride the Ducati), If Ducati succeeded Rossi would be a god and if he failed it would be Ducati's fault. Way to live up to the stereo type.



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