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I mean there should be a scientific way to determine how close the bikes have to be for there to be real "racing", with passing and position-changes. That really did not happen last year. Lorenzo was capable of running 2nd comfortably, either Stoner or Pedrosa won when Lorenzo wasn't winning...the rest of the race was a matter of also-rans, with the competition there between Dovi and Crutchlow with Cal happy to crash out and hand Dovi the decision, in many races. Bradl usually cruised home in 5th, Bautista in 6th and Rossi and Hayden picked up 7th and 8th.
It was almost predictable.
Unless the bikes are much closer this year,
we're likely to see the same type of predictability.