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Instead of Suzuki hanging it out in 2014 and coming back in 2015, maybe Ducati should quit MotoGP put money in developing the Desmosedici do some wildcard appearances to see where they are and come back a year later. Although Hayden is good for selling bikes I guess you will sell more bikes when riders aren't struggling and the bike can win. This does count for WSBK too to be honest. See a team struggle this much and struggle every weekend isn't good for the motivation of the riders the only thing that can be positive about dropping some extra bikes in is too see if the "CRT" tires which are a lot softer will suit the Ducati more. But when a rider can't trust the front ( not only the tires ) he don't push. When they can't drive fast out of a corner without struggling he won't push and unless Ducati will join dragracing without any corners I can't see them being competitive. Even the influence of Audi isn't making big influences at the moment.