I reckon Nostro should stick to slagging Rossi off.
His technical understanding of how these bikes work and the lap time is influenced, leaves an awful lot to be desired.
Rossi started on the Pramac, a machine little changed from 2009's model..barely changed from the year before, except tyres
It's a complete joke..Stop right now Pal, before any credibility you had completely disappears.
2010 saw the 6 engine rule introduced. Ducati completely re-designed all the engine internals to cope with endurance and gave the motor a big bang firing order. The cooling system was overhauled as was the new tail mounted exhaust.
The screamer engine that had given Ducati a huge speed advantage and was largely responsible for Stoners title was gone in the quest to gain reliability.
The bike was re-designed throughout.
It was slimmer and more aerodynamic with completely new winglet fairing. The chassis was refined for better traction, and to elminate the bike’s tendency to squat during hard acceleration. To achieve these goals, Ducati redesigned the entire rear-half of the Desmosedici to be more rigid and rideable.
It started the year with completely new forks from Ohlins.
They even put bark-busters on it to make it more crash resistant..It didn't work.
You thought about selling that old two-valve wreck and following V8's Nostro?