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Honda you have to say have finaly got a dominant bike, the bike is so good that all of the honda riders have the potential to win on it.
I think Yamaha will only ge worse, it's plainly obvious that now Rossi has left them & he is not developing the bike it will go backwards, they are still ok for this year though as the bike is still second best.
As for Ducati, well it was well explained by Rossi before the season started that there would be no real advances made forwards untill at least May. I suspect that in reality have ducati really got the stomach to develop a bike which is done with come seasons end due to the 1000cc era coming back from next year. I expect to see a totaly differant situation next year.
Unfortunatley for Suzuki they just don't seem to be able to get the bike to perform do they.