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No doubt that Casey was a great rider. No doubt that he proved to be the only one capable of winning with the Ducati. And no doubt that he proved it immediately on the Honda. When he started the premier class he practically handed an 800. With the smoother power delivery and electronic traction control, the bikes literally suited his style. But remember his first year in MotoGP on the 1000? He crashed so many times that people thought that he was going to fade away. Lucky for him, the bikes became custom tailored to him. He's no GOAT. He's an awesome rider. The best on the 800's. The best with electronics.

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