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It would be good to have the insight into the effort at Ducati. But, by "ideal rideable", it would need to be for MotoGP. I don't think you'll ever see bikes and tires with such a limited life span on the road. So, not the same forces applied. In the last two years I think they've tried just about everything to make up for it. But at MotoGP level, the Ducati, even with its imense power, will never be a bike for every man.



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