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I do believe that, like Casey, Cal would perhaps be willing to take more risks and maybe put it on the line more to try and get the bike to work. But even if that was successful, what Ducati would then end up with is a bike that no one else can ride unless they're willing to risk serious injury. That's not a viable strategy going forward.
On another note, it's being widely rumoured that Philip Morris' sponsorship of the Ducati team is on the rocks. If that's true then it's going to make quite an impact on their future plans - and of course delay any signings until things are resolved.