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It is a good move because he had nowhere else to go. Yamaha would not bow to discarding a competitive rider and definitely didn't like the wall. Ducati will show what he is really made of. Is he the best of all time or has he always wangled his way into having an advantage? Lorenzo is the first competitive team mate on equal equipment and look how that was going this year even before the crash(incidentally brought on by pressure).