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Again David, reading and comprehension are a world apart for you. In a very recent post I stated that of course Preziosi must shoulder some blame for the shortfall of the desmosedici, however, compared to let's say 2009 and 2010, I believe Preziosis input in the 'Rossi' years were minimal and it is quite clear with his comments especially last year that Corse were using Burgess/Rossi's constant contradictory information to try and redress the disparity between the duc and the yam. So to me, it is not surprising Gobmaier halted major development until all of the dynamic duo's changes could be tested 'properly'. Preziosi has been somewhat vindicated by rossis failure with the development and his racing, unfortunately it's too late and it is a loss for EVERY motogp fan, whether they realise or not.



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