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I've been a Rossi fan for 10 years now. Was still a fan in 2006 and 2007 and am still a a fan today.
Yes he's struggling on the Duke, I hadn't expected anything else - lets face it the bike is a dog. Stoner's biggest advantage on the Duke was lack of fear. If you get on it and rings it's neck you will do one of two things bin it or win (as Stoner did). I don't think that Rossi wants to do that, he wants to try and dial it in to ride with feeling. Everyone has complained that they have no feeling in the front tyre. So you push damn hard and have no idea when it's going to go. Hence the win it or bin it.
Lets hope they give Rossi something next year that gives feeling back to the rider.
Well done to Casey for getting pole whilst injured!