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@99 Crystal Ball Empty as always!! I am very much sure that you don't carry much knowledge about the sport. "only 4 bikes capable of winning" lol It won't be long till you disappear or change your voice here. Just ask Jorge, " This bike is even better than when Vale left, so it will be even easier for him. You will not lose talent ...etc" There was no dramatic change on the current M1, I remember when Jorge tried another version of M1( His own version) he failed badly and dismissed it, he said the old bike(chassis/engine) is the bike for him to ride, plus Yamaha will never it so dramatically since Mr Furusawa is not around anymore( go figure why!!). It will take Rossi at max Two races to get back to his old level and Jorge already knows it. and for Honda boys are being faster, lol It is the bike that makes Honda boys faster, Both Honda lads are nowhere near Vale/Jorge's talent. 2013-2014 will be shared between Jorge and Vale for sure.



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