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If anger is the way to ride a bike, how can you tell your crew what ails the bike. You may not be able to get feed back from the bike. Perhaps that's why Ducati treated Stoner that way because he depended on them to give him a proper bike with limited feedback from him. So the techs went to work building a bike on pure best data. There were many times Rossi development prowness overcame Masao Furusawa data input and he said that Rossi always was right. Perhaps Casey should have been riding differently in order to give worthwhile feedback. Then we might have seen a better handling GP10/GP11. Four years is a hell of a lot of time to not get a sweet handling bike.



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