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Well this was the only way though, wasn't it? He wasn't going to get a factory Yamaha or Honda in the next few years anyway, and they both have new young guns that they seem to be lining up. And at a customer team he will never have the same equipment as the factory riders. Ducati may be the worst bike now, but if they improve then he will be fully supported to go for the title on it - which he won't be at Tech 3... Alternatively, they don't improve but he'll do well against Andrea, then he might have a shot at a factory Suzuki later.



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