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MotoGP fans are a fickle lot aren't they? After Sachsenring you couldn't move without hearing somebody opine that Honda had got it sorted and were going to walk away with the championship. Here we are one race later and all we hear is that the Yamaha is far superior to the Honda. It doesn't work like that.
What really matters is that the M1 and Lorenzo suit each other perfectly at most circuits. If the Yamaha was the superior bike some claim it to be we'd be seeing full Yamaha podiums at every race.
Just like in 2004 Checa showed that the M1 wasn't suddenly far superior to the Honda. If the Yamaha had been so good Checa would not have finished the year with five Hondas ahead of him. He finished in seventh just like he did in 2003. This year we have Ben Spies giving us that reality check.