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What Ducati should do is buy a Yamaka and Honda and copy it. The Japanese bikes are ages ahead of the game and there is no other choice but to invest in the future. Keeping what was working in 2007 is not the answer. The post 2007 Ducati has shown us the real Stoner - a rider who cannot win a championship on a mediocre bike. Some fools here say that Ducati should hire Stoner back. But it was actually during Stoner's time that Ducati began its downward demise. The reason why Rossi couldn't fix the bike is because Ducati does not want to move away from its failing past and instead give Rossi a half ar$ed upgrade. The Ducati way is not working. Plain and simple. Even Stoner opted to move to Honda and repeat his one hit wonder.