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@ Herewego "Even Valentino himself when returning to Yamaha said (not directly to me you understand!!!) nothing much had changed since he was last there!!!!!!"
And here I thought that when VR left Yamaha, the bike was an 800cc. But it's now a 1000cc, a new engine. Which of course isn't "much". I've also read on here ad nauseam that the Yamaha and Honda "leapt forward" as soon as VR got on the Ducati, and Ducati "fell behind", which of course completely explained VR's performance gap. Are you saying (by implication) that those arguments lack merit now?
Maybe he was talking about something other than the bike...and there's not much wrong with the feedback that Lorenzo provides. He won the world championship last year...on this version of the bike.