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Since Rossi joined Yamaha he has started 117 races and podiumed 85 of them, for a podium percentage of 73% (rounded up)
Since Jorge has joined Yamaha he has started 85 races and podiumed 60 of them, for a podium percentage of 71% (rounded up)
Since Pedrosa joined Honda in 2006 he has started 116 races and podiumed 71 of them, for a podium percentage of 61% (rounded up)
All three riders are a model of podium consistancy.
If you somehow think Rossi has forgotten how to ride you're going to be in for a rude awakening. Yes he was a complete failure at Ducati, and unless your name is Stoner it appears you are going to be. Taking Rossi's results on the Ducati and trying to transfer them into results back on the M1 is like comparing belly button lint to nudlear warheads.