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@chooch. Having met they guy I can confirm that you are right, Karel Abraham is a nice guy but I disagree with your analysis of him. He deserves to be in Moto GP as much as anyone. Remember last year when as a rookie he was competing with Cal for rookie of the year and so many people were wetting themselves over Crutchlow? Abaja was taking the challenge right down to the wire on a vastly inferior bike to Cal's. It pains me to say it being a dyed in the wool Ducati customer and fan but they have spectacularly failed to deliver any kind of a machine and indeed gone backwards. I suspect that next year however they will do a lot better. People so unfairly bang on about Karels' Dad and his money, as if it is either his fault or ignoring the fact that 99% of all racers come from backgrounds where there parents sacrifice everything to get them there. Anyway the bottom line is that Mr Abraham Snr's cash has put another rider on the grid, team in the paddock and a platform for a real talent.