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Please read it again. Ducati will still be in Superbike. Parkingo will probably take over Ducati factory role as they have heaps of cash. A lot of the problem was probably Ducati trying to dump Giugliano - he's Althea's boy and looks like they're sticking by him. Good for them! QUOTE: "We will run with Carlos and the Panigale to win, the non-renewal with Althea cannot hinder our goal in the coming days and notify programs Superbike final in a press release.



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