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Having watched the coverage of the lemans grand prix again last nght and Stoners interview you sense he has is leavibg with a real chip on his shoulder and most of this is directed toward Ducati. I think he will regret it. Its a real shame as once you leave you can never come back at the same level look at Schumaker.Someone posted above however that in the wet the bike is taken out of the equation and it tis down to rider ability. The 3 top riders are still Lorenzo, Stoner , Rossi . All the other guys nowhere to be seenwhen If you got Rossi on a good bike Moto GP would be brilliant week in week out . You would see this stuff every week. I think Stoners advisers need to get him to look at this again as MotoGP cannot afford to lose him