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Right @MD Zane time for you're trolling rear end to be put back in your box! You're the FRAUD! Taking away a good conversation with stupid assumptions, stop creating arguments Stoner did this a Ducati, Rossi hasn't. The old 990cc Ducati was a much user friendly bike than the 800cc & 1000cc. Throw in the fact that Stoner started his second year Ducati, he only had 1 year big bike experience di could adapt easily & his riding style suits more user friendly bikes. Rossi though spent 10 years on easier & user friendly bikes that he honed his style on so changing his style to suit the Ducati is a lot more difficult! Also Rossi was doing well on the hard tires and was miles ahead if the other Ducati's before the last run, Barbers got a tow from Lorenzo & Hayden from Dovi. What has happened to the people that post good insightful comments not just stupid bashing ones?

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