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RidgeRacerHRC Ducati was stoner 1 factory bike, on the 1 year he jump on the bike he Won, he was feeling great, in 2008 is adavantages where over still was the 2 year of 800cc and where Jap bikes that have to close the gap, they close the gap but was still one good year for Ducati, in 2009 was clear that Ducati was going down, but Casey allways try hard to try to put the bike on the Top like one friend he re say he end yp learning how to extract a bit more of that bike at least at some tracks.. casey was there 3 years but was is 1 factory he whanted to learn about that bike... Rossi made all is carear around Jap bikes that are diferente we have to say, it was is first expirience with carbon chassi just like for Jeremy and couldn t setup the bike properly, still h e ride but just dont suit him, was like learning again how to ride hin in 2 years where Ducati was constantly testing and trying to fix somethingh.. Was 2 years very busy with a lot of pressure and many stuff to improve.. i

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