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After 2007 Ducati went in completely the wrong direction with their frame making it too stiff. This resulted in the front end letting go without any warning. Instead of changing the frame they tried different forks and swingarms. Rossi knew the main issue was the frame but they still didn't get that sorted and spent too much time trying new swingarms etc. Until Ducati take a step back and redevleop the bike based on the 2007 frame they won't do any good.



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