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What do you expect from Audi, an average to good Motor Car manufacturer tight on money and dictating to Ducati, who have won 71% of World Superbike Championships, what to do. It could be a recipe for disaster in the long run. I think that the Ducati and Audi relationship is a complete mismatch. When Audi will have messed up Ducati, Fiat will pick up the pieces and put it under their subsidiary Ferrari. Hayden I am sure knows about the poliotics. I hope Audi read this and come up to the party. Not going to Austin is Audi's capitulation. If Yamaha and Honda are currently more advanced remains immaterial, Ducati should be present. Ducati sold 50 to 60 000 bikes last year BMW about 110 to 120... half of big is still big. They can afford it Audi!!!