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At the risk of stating the obvious, here's what happened:
1. Rossi and Burgess didn't have any experience with CF. Evident by JB's statement regarding 80 seconds fix.
2. Turned out that CF is extremely difficult to fix, or even set up. Halfway to the season and only minors (if at all) improvements.
3. Stoner has the exceptional skill of riding the Duke. I bet you can not name a rider who can ride it.
4. Rossi hasn't lost it. In every race, he still maintain his discipline, effort and spirit. The only thing is missing (should be obvious to anybody) is his speed, which, (again obviously) caused by the bike.
When the bike is fixed, I have no doubt that Rossi will be up front with the front runners.