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@bitterbierce no apologies needed, no worries. I am just as gutted, the series still needs him to be much of a series. Rossi, Lorenzo, Pedrosa n the lot, they still need him. But he has decided to follow his principles, we have to respect him for that, he is a good lad. As dacron pointed out, he has been a gentleman to leave with notice so a replacement can be sought. and the rest can now start to impress to get his seat. If I may add, he continues to be a gentleman to tell the news in person on live tv for us all to see. He could have been politically correct by releasing a press statement saying everything in detail. But edited statements are not his style i guess... Not forgetting the field day editors may have in glamorising things.



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