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You know it never fails to amaze me how every single thread on this site descends into a Casey -v- Valentino bitch fest. Talk about a playground mentality.
Back to the headline, Schoony you make a good point. I think the likes of Redding and Iannone will shine in the big class whatever they ride, because of the exuberance of youth. Marquez will no doubt succeed too, but maybe only after he has filled out a bit? Lord knows the top class needs a shake up, because the 'rivalry' we have at the moment is as dull as dish water. Hopefully the Moto2 boys can bring their excitement into the big class. That said, I do think the regulations in the lower classes are as responsible for the great racing as much as anything else, but not exclusively. With a few tweaks here and there, the future of MotoGP could be very bright. They certainly have the talent waiting in the wings.