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He's not just having a go at Rossi, he is having a go at every single Ducati rider since 2007. He is an amazingly quick rider, and watching him slide that thing around Assen was fantastic to watch. But his personality, and especially the comments recently, are just bitter and twisted. He rode the Ducati well because he has no fear win or fall off - and for the first year it worked. Maybe with a daughter he's losing that lack of fear and that is what is costing him now, and is thhe reason he's quitting. Eitherway - taking his comments seriously means that he should shut up about the chatter problems on the Honda (who have done more in 1/2 season to help him than Ducati have done for him and Rossi combined sine 2008) and change his riding style to suit a bike with chatter - or doesn't he have the pride to do that?

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