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@Codger Stoner handed over the bike he was given. He gave good input on it - which you lot called "whinging" - but it was ignored. When the same complaints came from "he who can do no wrong", it was "wisdom from God"...
The reality is, the Ducati is an inspired but flawed design. It's also a bold man's bike. Rather than improving the design in the last two years, they've simply Yamahaed it, compromising it into nothingness. The bottom line is that Stoner was good enough to win with it anyway, but Rossi wasn't. End of. Now they have a Ducaha. It isn't a good Ducati, and it isn't a good Yamaha. Preziosi's gone, and Rossi has run back to Yamaha chasing past glories. Stoner won't be back. It's all bad for MotoGP.