I agree, always thought mv would be bought back CC:f4:"Both the current and new models under development have a very strong character, great innovative
features and a very unique design, I have no doubts about their future success." :drummer:
Bordi was certainly involved with the development of the Desmoquattro Ducatis, but I have been told by insiders that he is a master "goldbricker", and a "legend in his own mind":shitfan:. Tamburini was responsible for the 916-998, and Miguel Galluzzi was responsible for the Monster. Fitting, though, that Bordi is coming from a stint at Deutz, whose specialty is air-cooled diesel engines:stickpokeThey've also got Bordi, the guy who invented the water-cooled 4-valve Ducatis. So we got rid of an owner who makes $25,000 driveway oilers and we've got the guys who
invented the original 4-valve Ducatis (851/888)
invented the modern naked bike (Ducati Monster)
The MV F4
and pretty much made WSBK what it is through their commitment to that sport in the formative years.