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I'm very sad, honestly. He doesn't deserve this end in Ducati after all. He doesn't even had the chance to show how it would go with more money and resources available. As I posted some time ago, Audi's first error was firing this guy overnight, a very premature, partial and emotional decision IMO.
It's clear the he was mentally affected by being blamed for constant failures, and that resulted in illness. A sad heart almost always means a diseased body.
I'm a fan of Preziosi, and if today I follow motogp as a religion, it's thanks to him. I hope he can stay well. A big thank to him for pushing the limits of technical aspects, for being such an original mind and a great spirit at all. Unfortunately being a genius doesn't automatic means success in this world of capitalism.
Thank you Preziosi, thank you so much for being an icon of creativity and originality.