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Looks like this place would never change!
There's a lot of noise and over zealousness about the testing. Lot more on Valentino's Ducati transition. Obviously, lot of it emanating from the fake and anti fans. My view is simple. Mind your own rider(s) or favorite(s) and why bother about him with your B$ theories? If you have so much V-pain in your as$ then better stop talking about him. It doesn't really matter!
Well, Valentino will take his own sweet time to choose what Engine to run in order to deliver the 2011 title riding the Red machine. He knows much better than you or me. Honestly, I would not say that the Valencia test times are irrelevant but his situation is quite delicate right now because of the transition phase, injury etc. His situation is quite unique among the contenders. BTW, the season is yet to begin so just wait and watch for the biggest game ever between Valentino/Dani/Jorge/Casey.