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"One of the things that I noticed, and this is something that we have addressed immediately, I believe the communication between what is going on at the racetrack between riders, the team that is on track, and the factory, has to be improved.
"We have heard through your papers and online communication that this was always a complaint of Valentino's, that there were some deficiencies.
"We have addressed this and we have found a way to improve this quite a bit in the next season."
Gobmeier, who joined Ducati from BMW's Superbike programme, said his new team had welcomed his approach so far.
"What I found is that everybody in the company is very positive about those changes and ideas that I have in order to work together in a hopefully much more efficient way, and so far there was a very welcoming reaction to these," he said.