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Preziosi has dedicated his career to one team, and just because Rossi couldn't live with his ideology, designS doesn't mean he's any the less talent...people make out it's an entirely Stoner 'friendly' bike, yet he spent his only previous top level year appearing one minute like THE master and the next crashing his way round on the customer 990 Honda..he just got on it and rode the hell out of it...what was going to change with Ducati when you've such latent talent ? Would Rossi have mastered the '03 'Capirossi Ducati'...absolutely, a completely different beast to that 800cc bike he inherited upon his first tests with the team...and at that time he wouldn't care how long it took to get to his own perfect standard. The fact remains that Rossi just couldn't hang in there for another couple of years, despite Audi's continued promises that he'd get everything he wanted...
None of this is really fair to Preziosi, but he himself has fired enough talented 'former' Ducati engineers to