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Welcome to the conversation. Here's my objective opinion of the situation. Rossi underestimated what needed to be done at Ducati, and he gave it two years. During those two years, the team was wrought with failed promises of new parts (despite receiving some of what they asked for. How timely is up for discussion), and that frustrated him. His time in MGP is coming to an end, so he chose to venture back onto a bike that is well developed to finish out his career. Had he had faith in Ducati, he might have stayed. Nobody in his shoes, with his level of achievement, would have chosen to piddle around on a 3rd rate bike for their remaining few seasons in GP.