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@ Hemmy...you invited comments. It depends on your criteria when asking the questions. Pedrosa and Hayden? It would look different if Dani had spent a few years riding the Ducati, and Nicky had stayed with Honda. Rossi and Stoner? Casey put together some seriously good stats in the bigger class in a very short period of time. Yet he still would finish 3rd or 4th and behind Rossi in the Championships. In Nicky's Title winning year, he was there or thereabouts all year and was sliding the rear as good as anyone. The problem as I see it is that Traction Control has strangled the aggressive riders. Casey, Spies, Crutchlow, Randy D, and Hayden have all suffered to some degree.



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