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As for Rossi walking away. How many times did Ducati promise parts only to delay by a considerable margin and then there was the debacle at testing where they didn't even have a replacement ECU suspending testing all togehter. Compare this then to Honda who brought multiple frames for Casey and Dani to try early to mid season due to a tyre switch which Dani then used to hand everyone else (inc Casey who can ride around anything) their rsays. Mate I don't know about you but I would have been on to Carmelo also. And it was not just money to my mind it was clear that Ducati felt they new best. If they had really wanted to change then they 5 year since their WC to do it. Also I think the brining in of a German to oversee design says much about Audi's confidence in Duc to right their own boat.