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@ Zipp Stoner managed most of his success on a Ducati. The bike 'the Doctor' couldn't get a single race win with in two years. On Stoners old bike he was embarrasingly slow on at the first Valencia test (Stoner finished second on the same bike just weeks before) and two years later Rossi gets lapped after he and Burgess 'developed' the new version. This is why Jorge and nearly all commentators describe Stoner as the most talented they have seen on a race track, and like it or not Stoner will be remembered as such.



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