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Nick, sorry if you took my comments as a dig at Rossi, but it was not meant that way.
Of course its not all Rossi's fault. Rossi had a job to do, and along with the lack of posative development from Ducati, unfortunatly didnt manage to pull it off.
Spies openly states that they have been going in the wrong direction and its taken two years for them to see that.
They need to do what Spies suggests and work on getting 100% out of what they have before making so many changes.
Ducati/Rossi/JB tried to work too fast with too many changes instead of giving 100% in my opinion. Rossi has also openly admitted to not giving it 100%, but that, along with the willingness of Ducati (and buckets of money) is the only way to make real progress.