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One of the things I notice on this forum is the complete overreaction to isolated results. Hell, people come out with outrageous proclamations based on individual practice sessions, let alone individual race results.
Pedrosa and his team nailed the setup yesterday (as in, got the Honda going as well as it was going to go). Stoner and his team got it wrong, hence the result. It's simple. No major revelations or major insights. Well done Dani and team. To get the setup right is very difficult. The fact these guys (Lorenzo, Stoner, and Pedrosa) get it right so often speaks volumes about their talent and their teams' talent. But they all get it wrong every now and then. Happened every now and then last year. It will happen every now and then this year - for all of them. It's not a sign that someone has lost the plot. It's just a sign that it's difficult to nail the setup every time, particularly when conditions change.