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okay guys, lets not forget Cal has 1 more year on an M1 than Dovi, and everyone is talking about how Cal improved so much from last year. You have to believe Dovi would have been able to use the data from a year prior to construct even better setups and over all speed. And lets not forget Cal's token Brit status in the Spanish championship (reality call.)
Kudos to Cal for making the podium and showing us he has the speed, but dont think for a minute Dovi had an advantage in setup or priority.
Cal is gonna have to fight hard to keep the level hes at because Honda are just gonna get stronger and that means Tech 3 are gonna slide backwards in terms of potential/setup. Please dont put Cal on too much of a pedestal. Dont forget what happened to Toseland his last year, the year after he had some reasonable results given the potential of the bike. Toseland at Qatar, Toseland at PI in his debut year, strong racing, and it all went to sh*t when his setup/confidence disappeared. Cal doesnt h