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@ good stuff...."No sarcasm there. Facts." I, too, thought you were being sarcastic. Maybe you were trolling? You know as well as the rest of us that wasn't a winning bike, just ask Nicky. Stoner was well used to that bike and went 13 races without a win that year, no scored twice in the last 4 races, and couldn't wait to get off it and join Honda. If you insist that the Ducati was a winning bike then compare Casey's performance that year with his performance the following year. Rossi didn't whine any more than any other rider who jumped on a Ducati.



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