MotoGP » Filippo Preziosi resigns from Ducati

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@slide rules You asked how Preziosi was vindicated? As I stated before, despite the ducati development being firmly placed under the responsibility of Rossi and Burgess' experience and genius, the ducati was going backwards at a much faster rate with the number of crashes in practice and race situations also increasing. You are just making things up now! Stacey spent more time in the sand in 2009 and 2010 than Rossi ever did. How many races did Rossi fail to complete because of a race fall in the two years he was with Ducati? Answer? ONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The truth of the matter was that the Ducati was way worse than Rossi and Burgess thought it was, Chapeau Stacey for riding the bike as hard as he did to win! He was though very luck to be alive at the end of his tenure at Ducati, review all his falls both practice qualifying and racing through the years 2008,9 and 10 and talk to yourself honestly when you say was he lucky or what! Rossi never attempted to ride the bike with that element

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