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re: "However he got a better response by going in a different direction during the final Jerez test - when he set a faster lap time than the young Spaniard on the two days to feature dry running."
of course. 'cause like i've said in the past, rossi (and spies and now grinner) deliberately exploit in their riding styles a physical law known as conservation of angular moment. no, lorenzo's settings won't work. but we already saw a season's worth of evidence when ben was surreptitiously being forced into using them and spent all last year wobbling... that is when bits weren't flying every which way and ricocheting off spectator foreheads.
re: "For me it is quite difficult to ride exactly with his setting"
yeah, no sh%t.
re: "but the M1 is very suitable for different styles, because at the base it is an easy bike to bring to the limit."
god bless you furusawa, burgess, rossi and the 7 year span 2004-2010. oh and god bless the (now depleted) yamaha coffers. spent like mutha.