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There are a lot more experienced racers that have fallen off more than Cal this season. Jorge got chucked off for throwing himself at the back of James Ellison who was in the middle of a sharp chicane. World Champion who's a long way in front should know to be patient through turns like that before passing the back marker. Leave Cal alone. He's pushing hard to get the places we want and expect him to get and he's clearly fast enough. I'm seeing big things for him next year. More experience of the circuits and places will be similar, although Stoner has gone but Rossi is back at Yamaha. Marquez won't be up to much i don't think. MotoGP is a different ball game to Moto2