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@ TrueFan...Please tone down your first paragraph. And don't call me 'you lot'.
Your 2nd paragraph says the same as I said, except that you put it clearer. The higher-ups in Ducati didn't listen to Casey, and they didn't listen to Rossi. Much as I want Ducati to succeed in Dovi's hand, they deserved to lose two top riders who both left for better bikes.
Agree with the rest though. Also it now turns out that it wasn't the CF frames' fault and it wasn't the 90deg engine. Why wouldn't they change the crankcases to enable the trackside adjustments? If they had then we would still have a Ducati thoroughbred.