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@Vilas, yes the championship position is whats matters at the end of the season, but it does not always tell the full story.
There are always if's and but's, but certain things are out of the riders control, which in my opinion should not go against the rider. For example, IF Cal did not run out of fuel he would have been ahead of Rossi. So you would then say he's performed better than Rossi? His performance did not change whether he ran of of fuel or not. His points tally did, but his performance and deternination didn't.
Cal has been faster than Rossi in just about every race? Do you agree?
Saying that Rossi's Ducati is 'not as good' as Cals satellite yamaha does not hold any water. The Ducati's results went downhill when Stoner left. It's the rider that makes the difference (Rossi's words, not just mine).
Dovi got 3rd last year, but he wasnt the 3rd best rider out there. Pedrosa was still faster, and better than Dovi, although the standing out Dovi 3rd. See, it does not tell