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“Tetley, you're overlooking Lorenzo's sheer consistency. Rossi for sure has the ability to do everything you said, but will have to bring it every single race and be pretty much error free to finish higher in the standings than Lorenzo. posted by Tommy”. Actually, I’m not overlooking JLo. He is certainly consistent when lapping on his own, but we rarely see him elbow-to-elbow with a rival. When VR46 gets on his tail JLo will slow and his consistency will be interrupted. Also, with the calibre of rider in the top four they will all have to be error-free, or they will be also-rans. @TedG. I have vivid memories of Biaggi leading, with Rossi nibbling at his backside, and Biaggi going off/falling off because he couldn’t withstand the pressure of not knowing which side or when VR would make his overtake. I’m sure you remember those races, too.

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