4. Phillip Island, Australia: On a track where Ducati already anticipated major problems, Dovizioso was shipwrecked. He was 11th on the starting grid, and an error in his attempt at a comeback in the race made him lose faith. In the last moments of the race, he was in a fight for 11th place, but at the finish line he lost two positions, one of them at the hands of a "partner" brand, which led to tremendous frustration within Ducati. Márquez won the race and gained 25 points; Dovizioso got three. In this case, the problems have to be shared by the Desmosedici—a motorcycle allergic to the characteristics of Phillip Island—and Dovizioso, who never showed anything other than resignation.