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(continued) What Opera realised is that if they want to be competitive - they need to change fundamentally and constantly need to adapt to changes.
Meanwhile, Ducati is still unable to understand that there changes need to be fundamental from the groundup, and not adding bits of pieces here and there. Ducati is only going to be as fast as a second off from Yamaha and Honda at their best.
Ducati needs to stop being stubborn and let go of its current design and learn from Honda an Yamaha designs. It might hurt Ducati's pride to copy the Japanese, but they just have to swallow it, if not this year might be the last we see of the Red, and we might have to wait another 30 years to see them back again, just like until 2003.