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In a tweet today, Matthew Birt, MCN's MotoGP correspondent, quotes "Dovizioso just told MCN that Ducati needs to think about a new bike from the ground up. Need bigger and radical changes to try and improve"
Another site quoted "Nicky Hayden admitted that Ducati appeared to have fallen even further back after the first two days of testing. He conceded that falling further away from the pace was a blow to morale. "It's still a bit frustrating to be so far away. Even further away than we ended last year, I guess," said the 2006 world champion. "It's really tough on all the guys and me. We don't really necessarily have anything major to test, nothing really new. We'll just test about with the stuff we've already got and see if we can make anything any better."
Those quotes confirm that VR made a smart decision and that his assessment of the Ducrappy was the truth. His testing performance proves once and for all HE IS NO FRAUD.