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@Count Backwards Why don't I think cal will get the factory M1? Don't get me wrong, I think Cal has been the best MotoGP rider that GB has produced since the days of Niall McKenzie and I really like him but there are a ew reasons why he will be in the factory team. First he hasn't beaten his team mate, a pre-requisite for the way teams rate him. Second, he has shown disloyalty to Yamaha over his proposed move to the works Ducati. Third this is Bradl's rookie season and Cal may not beat him next year. Fourth, the satelite M1 is a better bike than the factory Honda, not only in the chassis but also in the engine - so I would have been surprised if Cal hadn't come out on top against Bradl and Bautista. Remember that Honda brought out a brand new bike for Repsol after the impositions of the extra weight and new tyres.



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