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Capirossi won on the Ducati (before control tires) Hayden also did good at the beginning of his first year.
The Ducati isnt as well invested as the Honda or the Yamaha, but its not as bad as people want to make it out to be. The real problems with cost include:
making everyone develop and ultimately change their bikes to suite one tire that every so often changes.
having complex electronic systems which cost a bunch, and only help divide the performances between the top factory teams and satellite/other guys.
You want cheaper better racing, ditch the electronics and let people run what ever tire they want so long as the tires mass produced, the tires allocated will be observed during manufacturing (controlled) and then used as needed. If tire manufacturers want to develop their production tires around one make, thats their choice, but it will affect their market interest from other manufacturers.
Lets see some competition, ditch the electronics and the single control tire.