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It's just sad to know that Hayden's low 1:34 was probably for one lap whilst Lorenzo was a bit more consistent on more laps. To be honest the Ducati team should add some question marks on the fairings. It are just small things that change small things, there are bigger changes needed. When Stoner left they were adjusting small things, when Rossi was there they changed small things except the swingarm which was pretty big. Longer wheelbase? It's the shortest MotoGP bike, Engine placing would give a better balance. It's taking more than 3 years now and they still haven't that POS sorted out. And the plans for equipping interested teams with a Ducati the thing is unrideable....And stop saying only Stoner could ride it, even Stoner would struggle with this bike.



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