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Jorge is not the only rider to express this opinion, in fact it seems to be the prevailing opinion in the paddock.
For most riders two titles on two different bikes would ably illustrate how great they were, somehow in Stoner's case it doesn't seem enough.. Imagine the success he could have acheived had he spent his early GP career with a factory who would actually develop the bike throughout the season, because as we have seen even a 7 time premier class champion couldn't achieve anywhere near Stoners results at Ducati, even with way more development and support!