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@ Slide Rules response.
I don't for one minute pretend that Rossi never knew what was in the pipeline in regards to him going back to Yamaha. You know how it all works it's no secret. Remember all the "cloak and dagger" meetings Rossi had with Yamaha when he wanted to give Honda the flick. It was probably known real early in the year that Spies was on the skids because of his lack of performance, and the whole paddock maybe knew, except Spies. But there is no way you can convince me his (B.S.)bikes were sabotaged to make way for Rossi, that is just pathetic, IMHO. I can however understand that a lot of "anti Rossi" people are totally pi$$ed that he was thrown a lifeline by Yamaha. All these people thought (or were hopeing) that he (Rossi) had manoeuvred himself into a corner, and thus ending his time in MotoGP. But alas, a champion like him is always welcome to stay, especially now Moto GP is at it's lowest point. And (sorry but I have to say it) what Stoner did, has in no wa