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Surely it's obvious to everybody that in 2007 the Ducati was the best bike on the grid. How else did Stoner win the Title so convincingly? Ducati hit the ground running with the first 800cc class. Ducati's philosophy was to produce as much power as possible, which they did. Unfortunately they didn't factor in handling and were incredibly lucky that Casey was able to master it, when no one else could. (for the following years it's a different story.) Casey has stated that he held them up in the corners so that he could blast past them on the straights so why do his fans think that he is lying?

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