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I just hope the person who won more races in 2004 than any of the other riders on the grid can come back strong and show why he really is the GOAT and all the other pretenders are so 2nd rate. One day no one will remember Stoner, if they do it will be because he couldn't develop a bike and was actually only fast on a fast bike. Lorenzo will be remembered for trying to copy VR - why do you think he went to Yamaha? And Pedrosa will only be rememberd for being tiny. Long live the King! Vale Vale Vale will be the roar at every MotoGP for ever.



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