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Crutchlow's results are interesting. Spies alone would be more than 2 tenths a better rider than Crutchlow (no disrespect intended) and I doubt there's only 2 tenths or less difference between the factory Yamaha and the satellite Yamaha. On that basis, I think Spies/Yamaha have a lot more to come that they chose not to show. Add Jorge to the equation and gets the mind wondering.
Yesterday I stuck up for Dovi when people were criticising his performance. Fifth is good, but 7 tenths off his team-mate is too much - even allowing for the fact it is a new bike. After all, Crutchlow was not as fast as Edwards, so Dovi is a long way from where he wants to be. He's got some sleepless nights ahead I reckon.
Rossi. Wow. Where to begin. This is horrible. Forget all this "early days" and "lab bike" crap. Similar excuses were made for a similar poor showing in last year's Valencia tests and we all know how the 2011 season turned out. Ducati are in serious trouble. Rossi is in for anoth