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Interesting to see that the Panigale had absolutely not a bad season in SSTK and Checa was not that far from Sykes during the last test, but some of the people still thinks that the Panigale has basic design flaws. I think after that the GP12 in MotoGP did not get much faster with the traditional chassis, we should wait a bit with the judgement. The Panigale is a milestone, therefore will have flaws of course on world level but I would not write Ducati so soon off. If the news are true and Tardozzi would be back, with Guintoli and Checa they will have a very competitive line-up, I guess money wont be a problem with Audi in the background. And those who demand firing Preziosi, dont know what they are talking about...that man is a genius, he has ideas outside the regular thinking and brave enough to get them done. I love the Ducati tradition but he is THE real designer. That old GP9 should have been developed forward in MotoGP, not a deltabox framed Ducati only because...ehh, you know.



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