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totally agree, Audit didn't buy a niche bike brand on the roads and not mind that brand's premier motogp bike be uncompetetive. Racing is in their DNA.
Audi has the engineering capacity to turn the MotoGP bike around and hopefully sooner rather than later.
Not all about chassis affecting set up and the engine has to come in for criticism also as BIG power doesn't always help and go back to NSR500's when they were producing over 190bhp. More recently look at the Illmor X3 and it had F1 tech and big power but translating that into something being rideable and manageable is a hard thing. Electronics can mask and hide stuff (just look at Senna DVD and Williams F1 with active suspension, dominated and year after banned Senna couldn't drive it) and smooth over the bumps. Audi just has to find those bumps now and smooth em over, or at leats be allowed to by Ducait without politics getting involved. End result is common to them all and a competetive motogp bike