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"But in the last two seasons the way to ride the bike has changed very much, especially the electronics and the tyres,"
Ok then, in saying this he's intimating that he is adaptable enough to go quite quick even with two years away from a significantly changed M1 and go quickly... which he clearly has.
If he's so quick to sell his adaptability, then what happened at Ducati?
I call bs on his excuses and even more disappointing for his fans than simply not having the outrght skill, he did NOT try after the bike scared him at Valencia in 2010 and that is just not good enough.
It's better to been seen trying and failing than to do what he did without some semblance of humility.
There are a significant number of riders good enough to win on the yamaha, but only one who could regularly ride the red bike to the front.