I don't expect hating fangirls, with limited comprehension of the sport let alone life, to understand that it takes two to tango.
I don't expect you to acknowledge the fact that Stoners results were a downward spiral at Ducati and despite the end of season wins that gave him license to say the bike was competitive, it wasn't.
I don't expect you to see the duplicty in Casey's reasons for leaving, the frustration with the bike being the same at the end of the season as it was the start, bearing in mind it was supposedly a competitive, winning machine at the end but not the beginning.
It's probably gone in one ear and straight out the other that every single rider who cocked a leg over Preziosi's machine has said the same thing and, if not for Stoners sublime control, nobody else did any good on it.
Rossi said he would not ride the bike like Stoner before he sat on it. Yes, he was employed to get results but when it became apparent the bike actually wasn't competitive in his hands as a 7 time premier class champion, Ducati didn't find solutions and pull their finger out. It was too much for them.
The development of the beam framed bike has been a joke this year. It has fundamental design flaws that are not being addressed. They are stubbornly resolute. It is a Ducati..who cares if we can't win?
But I bet Simon says..they were wrong to chuck the pipe-framed GP8 in the bin. Am I right?
Hold on..I can see your eyes glazing over. I'm losing you with talk that is mildly technical and goes a little deeper than your usual Rossi slagging drivel..
Let's get back to the usual shall we..dickhead?