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yamaha domination since rossi left. Posted by Lol - Unregistered (9 hours ago) I guess your point is that Rossi leaving has destroyed Yam? That's hard to prove. Only injury to the riders has put them in a hole. Is Rossi to blame for this somehow? Seems a harsh comment. Lorenzo is so far ahead of the third place Honda of Pedrosa he does not even need to show for the last three races and he will still be second. Spies has not set the world on fire for sure but if he can regain fitness I am sure he has the potential to be a regular podium contender next year. It has been said many times but remains true, Casey is the difference between a world championship or an also ran for Honda. Lorenzo has proved Casey can be beaten by a yam. I think Rossis new employer would swap their results for yamahas this year. Still I guess ou have to take your shot at all non Rossi teams don't you?



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