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I reckon pressure was a factor in both, Just like Casey's two crashes and subsequent injury, they all changed or altered the championship, and at times all three of the top guns were dominant. It has been a pleasure to watch them ride, and I'm deliberately talking racing only.
On a slightly different note. Sad that Casey has retired, but respect it. Hope that Rossi will at least be competitive (Marquez as well), and looking forward to Lorenzo and Pedrosa going head to head again.
Unlike some, and it may come as a surprise to some of the "one eyed fan boys" you can support and even like and admire more than one of the contenders, I actually have been a fan of Rossi & Stoner, we wouldn't have the sport if there was only one rider out there. See you all next season.