MotoGP » Preziosi replaced in Ducati shake-up

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This is the best thing that could have happened at Ducati Corse of late. The 800 that did so well in the hands of Stoner was a very good bike but the 1000 was a donkey right from the start. Preziosi was in a position to turn this donkey into a winner, but he's done too little too late. Also, Ducati's reluctance to change from the frameless design, wasted a lot of development time. They obviously decided to use this design on the production bikes and needed to promote it by using it in MotoGP.

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