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Ducati was a dog, pig of a bike, I do not think for one minute that bike was anything like Stoner won on.
We all know what happened there, and I blame it on managements direction, and I'm afraid to say I think you will find they did not really want to go down a different path to their previous designs, I mean they had always had fairly good success right?
Just think of the years they won the WC with Casey on it, in my view they did it with superior speed, the bike was a missile he could not keep up with them on the twisty bits but on the straights he would catch them easily and that was enough.
Once the extra power had been eroded away Ducati enjoyed then you seen a different story and the Ducati lost it's dominance.
The bikes still a dog now and will be until such time that Ducati make a big switch with a radical new desgin, now that's not just my words, but the current crop of riders are crying out for change.