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@Gypsy. there's only one rider who has voiced his displeasure at the amount of electronics in prototypes and that was casey stoner , nearly all others who have had the question thrown at them have said it would be imposable to ride these bikes without them. vale once said the electronics should be taken away , that was in 07 when everyone believed casey stoner was only so good because of electronics , the reality was he was so good because he was using so little of it and had more control at his finger tips. once vale entered ducati there was an endless drive for electronics to try help him ride it and he himself was right behind it to try and tame the aggressive power. stoner is gone now but without a doubt if he stayed and electronics were taken away he would win everything by a country mile. but i personally think to take them away would only bring back the horrific injury toll of the 500cc days keeping the grids empty.



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