A rare moment when I get to look on the internet at work and there you are Buel, wading in with another lecture.
For pity's sake man, if you're natural language is English, there was a little comic value in what Preziosi said and therefore a little irony in what I said about opening the throttle.
Just for you, I would guess that what Preziosi was trying to say - as if he was speaking in English it may have been said incorrectly, which is understandable obviously - is that the engine is too powerful at low revs making it difficult for the riders to control it at low throttle.
Whatever it was, I just found it amusing (in my little world) to wonder how Ducati can make an engine rev, even slowly, without opening the throttle (bearing in mind low revs on one of those is probably 8000rpm....)
That aside, you refuse to accept that your gods JB and VR have any shortcomings, or that they have right royally screwed up in the last 18 months. Whether you care to admit it or not, they have and VR himself wailed after Qatar that the bike couldn't be fixed with set-up. Well what happened next... You chose not to comment on the FACTS and QUOTES that I mentioned in my earlier response to you. I wonder why? - because it doesn't fit your ideal?
As for consistency and contradiction in VR feedback - No mention of the engine being too powerful in Sepang 1 was there.