Ok we know Ducati tried to tread a different path with the Carbon Airbox/Chassis, which was fair enough, they always do things differently, steel trellis/90 degree "L" twin for example. The carbon chassis didn't work for Rossi, but Stoner won on it, and Hayden had some ok results with it.
Question is, why didn't they carry on with the trellis design, but with Aluminium or Titanium instead? Radical make frames for Ducati's from both materials, and surely the bike would have kept some of its Steel characteristics? Seeing an alloy twin spar Ducati confuses the brain!
What do you guys think?