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Well i like Casey Stoner. Great rider 110% effort and worth every penny. Everybody has the right to comment because its freedom of speech. But there aint nobody that comments that could ever get near these riders if given a five year apprenticeship. So instead of knocking these guy's try helping to sort out the problems. The Ducati is a handfull and has a violent power and torque problem which makes the handling bad. So apart from new chassis and engines, a rider has to be like Mick Doohan who transfered body weight to the front of the bike and not just sat on it. Weight to Weight steering would sort that, in the hands of BAUTISTA. I rest my CASEY.

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