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Checa is riding injured and so is Badovini, Carlos had another accident on a kart at some promo event and is carrying addition injury from that on top of what he sustained at PI. As with everybody else they've not been helped by the weather and Aragon is not a track that favours the Ducati in fully developed form let alone a new bike with little track time or data so all in all Its no surprise that they are struggling at the mo. But Checa did run at the front at PI and have pole position so the potential is clearly there, I would expect to see them improve as the season progresses, Assen is more Ducati friendly maybe they'll show better there, it'd be nice to have a twin back in the mix, if nothing else just to wind the bigots up.