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Ducati has a greater chance this yr of winning than last yr. 1. Stoner has retired. 2. Rossi has left. 3. Ducati has moved out key members of the past failure but not too far away. 4. Audi has entered and brought in success and money with them. 5. Spies has entered with a chip on his shoulder.
Rossi leaving is a plus. While they lose an incredible talent they also lose the media circus and a rider who Burgess admitted may not be the best person to be developing a radical new package at this stage in his career. Rossi certainly isn't as hungry as the others are. This will allow Audi and Ducati to push more, try more and develop more. Certainly more easily than the constant Rossi circus they endured for the last few yrs. Ducati is racing, they will win again.