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Tim, please learn how to spell Pedrosa (the same for your friends on this side: BRADLE) and how to argue. Pedrosa was always considered to be THE Spanish talent in his 125cc, 250cc years with a great future in MotoGP (well he achieved more than most riders can ever dream of. 18 wins, 67 podiums, 22 poles in 110 races, some of them he rode without having full fitness because of major injuries he had to deal with in all the years). He has a big heart, a great personality (not a clown, introverted, intelligent and honest) and is extremely talented. His biggest problem in the premiere class of motorcycling has been his shyness and therefore lack of uncompromisingness on the track. And please, the RC212V was nothing compared to the M1 in the first 3 oder 4 years of the 800c era (think about Hayden and his disastrous stats), the RC213V became a better and competitive bike at the end of 2010 (developement based on Pedrosas input, Stoner took the perfect RC213V in 2011 and won the WC on it). S