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I think Cal's lack of experience at this level is showing a little. He needs to improve his starts and his pace over the first few laps so he doesn't spend a race trying to make up ground and pass other riders. He seems unsure when to press an advantage too, and perhaps he needs to be a little more determined with his overtakes.
That's the downside. On the upside, he's still learning and improving and is looking more and more comfortable running with the likes of Stoner and Pedrosa, whose tailpipes he never got a sniff of last year. Silverstone will be a good track to really put everything together and begin to build his case for a factory seat somewhere next year.