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Also asked why Hayden has done better than Rossi on the same bike, Capirex said, “They’re just numbers and they don’t count now. Valentino was right behind him went he went off track, and when you go off track you need time to recover and there was no longer time to catch up, because when a bike isn’t competitive you can’t catch up. That said, I’m sure after this season Valentino will be ahead of all other Ducati riders. One race doesn’t make the difference. Situations like these have happened to me too. I know how it works. Unfortunately, we live in a very difficult world. When you don’t get results everyone starts to talk and make judgments. I believe that in Valentino’s case it is envy. He has done so much for motorcycling and if someone can attack him now they are happy. I’m always on rider’s side and will always defend him. He’s a champion and has won a lot. He’s having a difficult time, probably with a non-competitive bike. So guys, try to understand it.”