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Hayden is a good rider - he's a MotoGP champion and you gotta be good to win. As Stoner says maybe the bike needs to be ridden its way and not how the rider wants to ride it as how many good pilots have been on the Ducati that have won nothing or been injured trying too hard. Look at Melandri as an example, top pilot and world class on the 990's and did nothing on the Ducati then went to old Kwak Hayate and done much better. Look where he is now in WSBK so the guy knows how to ride. With Dovi's consistency up front how will he fare off next year or thereafter. With Rossi back on M1 how will he fare off next year. Time will tell if its rider or bike but to date all the results point at the bike as only ONE guy, Stoner has been able to compete on it and look what he did 1st year on RCV, blew them away. Kinda shows how special he is - apart from all the moaning and whining.



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