MotoGP » Filippo Preziosi resigns from Ducati

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Preziosi was a talented and creative engineer. Most top teams have personell with broadly similar capabilities. They are all high achievers, but they can't all be top dog. Some designs have to be better than others, some not. Preziosi must have been under extreme pressure for several years, not just the past two, in addition to his obvious personal handicaps. He has done well to persist despite the mountains of stress which must have been building upon him. I hope it hasn't taken too big a toll upon his capabilities and his health recovers to enable him to continue with his passions. Those queuing up to kick a man when he's down should be asking themselves if they could have done better than Fillipo.

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