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Posters are basically saying that Ducati need to buck their ideas up. Maybe they do, but I happen to think thats not entirely fair.
No-one can use a tyre to get around set-up or chassis issues at any tracks, so thats out and the mfr has to do it with development. the problem is...
Honda & Yamaha have fully sorted solutions and massive budgets. Even with more Audi money the testing restrictions are a constraint Ducati cannot overcome. Ask yourselves WHY aren't more mfrs interested in MotoGP? Its because the current rules mean that Yam & Honda get to keep an unassailable advantage.
Unless & until the rules are changed to make it possible for ANY mfr to have a hope in hell of getting competitive then Ducati have a mountain to climb (wearing shorts & sandals).