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Getting beat by more than 60 points is getting beat comprehensively, or how would you put it Nick ??? Check Dovi's results on his last year on the factory Repsol Honda compared to his one year on the satellite Tech3. They are virtually indistinguishable. The only way Crutchlow will significantly improve his points total his to crash a bit less than he did last year. But Dovi still clearly had the measure of him over a race distance regardless, which points to Crutchlow not being able to doing anything on a factory spec bike that Dovizioso didn't do, which wasn't all that much. And crashes or not the fact that Bautista beat Crutchlow in the championship last year proves that Crutchlow isn't tittle winning material. Over one lap Crutchlow looks like he can compete with the aliens, but over a race distance it's another story, factory bike or not. Which why in testing and in qualifying he always looks a lot better than he does in the points standings...... I remember how Max Biaggi fans