MotoGP » Filippo Preziosi resigns from Ducati

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I'm going to bore you with some pretty dull FACTS & half facts and something that's just a touch beyond rumour...apologies in advance. I'm a Rossi fan, and equally a fan of a true genius called Preziosi..why blame one on another for Ducati's poor showing, they are both as righteous as one other, that's generally the case when two immensely talented individuals are supposed to be feeding off one another but have totally different ethos ...Rossi & Burgess et al, wanted everything but the kitchen sink thrown at every 'unsuitable chassis' that was built ( each were binned however 'slow' each were built ) when the front end immediately didn't appear to have even what they considered a 'partial fix' at their disposal...the lattice frame that Stoner muscled round each track didn't make it beyond the signing of Rossi's contract. Burgess needed & required something he understood, the Japanese 'type' twin spar...Ducati contracted out the building, and pretty much most of the design element, to a

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