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@RawDawg - such shame you started on the yellow sheep! I was agreeing withing with you in the first few posts before you blindly attacked Rossi fans.
The bike is a dog. Would Casey be winning on it? I don't know, with the edge Honda came out with at the start of the season I don't think so, but never say never.
Personally I that that Rossi's biggest asset is also his biggest issue: His biggest asset is being ablw to work with the feel of a bike and make it dance. The problem seems to be that as the Ducati doesn't have any he can't work his magic.
I think that Casey has the same problem, just the other way around. He doesn't need feel he just wrings it's neck until he falls, having an unshakable beleif that the bike will not fall. The problem there is when it doesn't work (to be fair not that often on the Honda ) he struggles.
Both are superb riders, just with a vastly different way of riding. I do fear the day Casey gets a big fall and big injury - should he lose confidenc