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This should be an eye opener in more ways than one. If ducati is running at slower pace than WSBK than they still need lots of work. Likewise, it looks like the performance gap between WSBK and MOTOGP has decreased drastically. There shouldn't be any reason why CRT bikes can't be competitive in GP if WSBK are running just a few hundred's off the posted track record set by a factory GP bike. Just saying..