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Ducati need to file a protest against Bridgestone alongside Honda, and either get money back for all the losses they have taken with respect to the control tire (assuming the contract allows) or get some reasonable alternatives from Bridgestone whose focus has only really been on Yamaha since 2009 (probably 2008 in pursuing of the control tire/contract/etc....)
Its a shame to see Ducati waste their money racing a bike that wont work with the single control tire. Either they clone the M1 or they need to leave MotoGP. Thats all there really is to it. Thats how MotoGP is anyways, sorry Ducati, hope you didnt sign a bad contract.