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It's too easy to blame Bridgestone for Ducati's ills it's their own fault for not changing enough. 2007 was a lucky year in that they caught Honda, Yamaha and others not projecting the right formula in terms of tires, electronics and yes even rider. After '07 the other teams corrected their problems and the rest is history as they say. Tires may be a component but not whole reason for their failure. After Rossi left they should have closed shop and concentrated in WSB and other National series with their new superbike.