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Oh, Cal will find excuses, no doubt. But the fact remains that, on his first season on a Yamaha, Dovizioso wiped the floor with him last year. Cal is a good and talented rider, but he could never fill Lorenzo's shoes, or Rossi's or Pedrosa's. As long as those guys are around, and as long as talented rookies like Marquez and probably Espargaro next season arrive to MotoGP, he won't find a better bike to ride than the one he's currently riding. He has't achieved yet half of what Spies achieved on the Tech3 bike. He should at least match that performance before he starts crying for factory support. Great rider. Even greater mouth.



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