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I like to compare the motogp bikes to internet browsers: if anyone is little bit techy enough, you'll understand. First, Honda is like Chrome, constantly updating - very fast paced evolution, always very fast. And, Yamaha is like Firefox, a bit slower than Honda to make changes just like Firefox to Chrome. But, when Yamaha evolves, it's always for the better. Now arguably, Chrome and Firefox are the best web browsers and without any arguments, Honda and Yamaha are the best bikes in motogp.
This brings me to Ducati which I like to compare to Opera, which always has had its niche and a small crowd of a following. It has had its hay days, but now is in a state of crisis for the past 3-4 years, only getting worse - every minute.
So what is the solution - Ducati needs to understand what Opera have understood recently. Opera knew they were never going to be as fast as Chrome or Firefox with their own 'Presto' engine - so they ditched it and will be using 'Webkit' just like Chrome. What Ope