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@ Rob - Ducati can't enter a "one litre" race, so it won't be them - LOL. But in a one litre race I'd say it would be a battle between the BMW and Kawasaki
@ Who Says - the rules have been modified to allow for the Ducati's to compete. It's not as simple as they can have the extra 200cc's due to the fact they are 2 cylinders short. The rules are always changing as to how much weight they're allowed and other restrictions as well which plays on how well or bad they are doing over a period of time. Those decisions would not fluctuate as much if they all raced a 4 cylinder 1000cc bike. I have accepted the current situation however and I am glad not to be involved in deciding how much weight can or cannot be allowed.
At least Ducati is competitive in WSBK along with the other manufacturers which makes for better racing than the MotoGP of the past couple of years. It is a travesty that DUKE could not produce the 2012 WSBK DVD which was in my opinion, the greatest year to date with 9 di