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Well, he said it wasent a cost issue, but a schedulaing issue. Who knows maybe it has to do with the ceo of Ducati Gabriele Del Torchio, leaving to go run some Airline... Curretly Ducati is looking for an new boss, and in the running is the current the #2 guy at Audi, Wolfgang Durheimer, look him up, this man loves bikes, wanted to race bikes, and is a serious power house at Audi, but, word is he is being postioned to be the next ceo of Audi. goggle n read the forbes artical dated 12-10-12, this man would straighting out ducati in year, if not sooner. But current General Manager of Ducati, Claudio Domenical is also being conciderd for the job, and if that happens then you can expect Ducati to stay right where they are for the next 5 or more years ie. last place lol... Im sure crash will report on this at some point...

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