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JK, cool story bro but I can tear it apart with my eyes closed. Something with double standards.
Comparing riders from different generations, while in the same time frame (and, obviously, having an age and physical condition difference) is worthless: Athletes reach their peak and decline from there. You know it, I know it. Of course this pivot point differs from person to person.
Now for a proper comparison from date of birth Till aprox. 26 years, since Lorenzo is not even 26 yet. He has a slight disavantage, tho I'm confident the numbers will tell the story.
Lorenzo until now, with 25 and a half years: 4 world championships of which 2 in the MotoGP and a total of 44 victories of which 23 in the MotoGP.
Stoner in exactly 26 years: 2 world championships of which 2 in the MotoGP and 40 victories of which 33 in the MotoGP.
Rossi in (less than) 26 years: 7 world championships of which 5 in the MotoGP and 79 victories of which 53 in the MotoGP.
As for the Stoner vs the rest argu