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Wow, the comments on here labeling VR & JB the culprits, conspiracies with tires and the lack of CS. Please, a short history re-cap, Ducati were competitive 2005 to 2007 due to tires designed specifically for the bike. Ducati were competitive 2008 to 2010 due to CS. CS was pick 4 at end of 2006 and if one of the first 3 accepted, ducatis competitive run would have finished at 2007 & stoners career would have finished in 2006 (at that point, a lack luster career at that). My point, Ducati have never been a great bike, through tires and CS they managed to achieve what they have and CS owes Ducati just as much for his success as they owe CS for theirs.



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