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Guys say put Stoner back on the bike and they will start winning. I don't think it's that simple: example Nicky is born dirt traker, so this would imply that he has a similar riding style to Stoner, and he(Nicky) has not have a great deal of success on it. Second Stoner's style is not unique, there are a handful of riders with the same style as him, but not in motogp. And wether you like it or not this series is like any other sport series where most likely they'll promote from within, meaning the lower ranks ( moto2, moto3). But yes there's no denying his success on the bike, but also there's no denying his declying success over the years with this bike, up to the point that he decided to leave. So if you look at it another way it's not Casey's or Hayden's or even Rossi's fault of their current situation, but of the Ducati and no one else. You have to know that something is not working when 98% of the riders aren't able to ride your bike.