You are about to report the comment below to the Crash.Net moderators as being abusive.
An abusive comment may contain profanity, personal attacks or commercial SPAM.
Please do not report this comment as being abusive if you simply disagree with the
comment posted. If this is the case then you can click on the "disagree" icon () in the upper right
of the comment's post to show your dissatisfaction.
Crash.Net moderators will view all reported comments and will act as they deem necessary.
This may be editing the comment or total deletion.
Was it really Preziosi's fault?
Consider these points.
1,Ducati were operating on a budget that was tiny compared to Honda & Yamaha, any team in any form of motorsport that is on a fraction of the budget of their competitors would struggle to match them if for the only reason they would struggle to find the finances to develop as fast
Question. Did Ducati stand still or did they improve but at a slower pace than Honda & Yamaha so making it appear Ducati stood still.
2, Ducati have long been saddled with an attitude that they must stay true to their past. It has been said by many Ducati would not build a narrow angle engine like Honda's because Ducati by tradition always use this engine angle & format.
If Ducati only ever did what they have by tradition they would not build motorcycles only radio valves.
With AUDI now behind them & hungry to succeed I think past traditions will disappear in favour of an evolution towards whatever is needed to win, Just look what they have done in L