MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: 'It will be a strange weekend'

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I wonder how much his first "proper" accident has affected him, that broken leg on the Yamaha, whilst he still pushed hard when he came back, it was on a bike he knew and trusted even tho it bit him in he past. The Ducati he never got a good feel for, threfore he didn't have enough trust. I wonder what stories will come out in the future, did Ducati not do the changes wanted or not. Is there a fundimental flaw that Stoner could work aorund due to ability/youth that a seasoned/older set in his ways rider could not/did nto want to work around. Would Ducati not do the change required, on tried to sort with changing everything else?

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