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Just can't wipe the smile off my face. All the (so called) experts having to eat humble pie about Rossi burning his bridges at Yamaha. Not only is he back on a Yamaha, but looks like he still may have what it takes after 2 years. And even if he doesn't, I will still enjoy watching the racing, knowing it's not the bike holding him back.
And I know all the Stoner fans will say Rossi copped out cause Stoner could win on the Duke. Well Stoner rode the Duke better than Rossi could, end of story.
Now it's time for all you Stoner fans to find someone else to follow. It's 2013, Rossi's back, Stoner's goooooooone. And I for one will not miss him, knowing that a rider with enormous (if not equal) potential is filling Stoner's spot.