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10,6,4,3. Stoner's progression. It is fair to say that in 2011 Honda made a major step I say both in terms of rider (Stoner is part of the reason for the Honda dominance but the bike also played a part) and bike. That coupled with Rossi going to a brand new bike completely foreign to him. I think Stoner at Ducati in 2011 and say Rossi on the Honda would have seen Casey with say 1 win and a few podiums. Yes better than Rossi but some of that could be explained through prior experience. At the end of the day Ducati have either stood still or gone backwards while EVERYONE else has taken steps every year since 2007.

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