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Both of these articles from viewers are re-packaging well known information but that is fair enough, there is nothing new to comment on in the close season at this time plus it gives some new blood a chance to write. Not a bad job by either of them.
The one thing I do not agree with however is why it would be a climb down if Rossi was to go back to Honda. He left the team, they did not kick him out and I don't believe he left stating that there was a problem with Honda. He was a a young guy, with a precocious talent in the media spotlight and he was looking for a challenge. There was none greater at that time than to take on the poorly performing Yamaha. If he did go back to Honda then I am sure it would just be another challenge.
I hope he and the team can sort the Ducati out as I personally would prefer to see him take titles on three different brands. If he does move on then also great as no matter what us armchair experts may think there is none of us qualified to do up the guys b