You can construe what I say any way you want (usually with inevitable predictability) I really don't give a toss
Dogbert says this and you agree with him
How many times did we here that over the last two years, but as soon as the track changed, or the pace was upped, the same old problems reared their ugly heads.
I say this and you disagree
They seem to think a move in the right direction, albeit a small one, but better than no improvement. Nothing we haven't heard before obviously but with today's conditions, any times are meaningless, so nothing can be drawn from them. Another 2 days to go yet, weather permitting. Who knows what else they have to try.
What's the difference?
You're obsessed with Rossi. The only mention I made of Rossi was replying to Mario who said they should have brought out the 2013 bike - They haven't got one. There is no question that there is something within the bike's design that makes it want to run on. Stoner could find a way around it, no-one else has been able to. Ducati haven't been able to come up with a design solution. Rossi was the last rider and nothing he or Burgess did or suggested could cure it either. As he was the last rider (that Ducati took a steer from) my point was what direction do they take from his last ideas to build a 2013 bike that will eradicate the understeer. Answers on a postcard.
If you can't understand that, then you're the one that has issues