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............It's not a coincidence that that very season Suzuki on the Bridgestones oddly enough managed to challenge for podium positions several times. Once other top teams switched to Bridgestone tires, Ducati lost the advantage of better tires and had to compete with other teams on the same tires that had better chassis, while the others also caught up in terms of horsepower. It's the fact 2 of Ducati's 3 main advantages got wiped out within the space of 1 year lead to their competitiveness diminishing over time, and left them with Stoner having to compensate for the bikes inefficiencies.