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Ducati is just waistin money trying to compromise between tradition and prototype. They have all the data for the last two years. Data from a nine time world champion. Data that gave Yamaka multiple championships. They had arguably the best rider and crew for the past decade giving them on a silver platter all they need to create a winning bike. But Ducati's reluctance to acknowledge that the core of their bike, their tradition, could be the cause of the bike's underperformance, is the reason they could not create a bike at par with the Japanese. Ducati, ditch your design and just copy the Japanese. Plug in all the info that Rossi and Jeremy gave you, and I guarantee you you'll be at the front! 2007 was a fluke. Hell even your champion quit the sport as he is also a fluke. Copy the Japanese as they are ahead of you, there's no other way.



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