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And so the debate rages on. Well imo it's obvious who is the master of the machine ably demonstrated by who managed to tame the Duc - different riders, same machine, Q.E.D. well initially until they started to "develop" it and it got worse or he got worse. Can italians eat humble pie? - I doubt it! I for one will miss Casey and his defiance of science,- it is not possible for mortals to ride a bike like that. So with slightly heavy heart but eager anticipation I will settle to watch this years drama unfold. BTW I really want to see the Coventry Kid do well this year, we need a Brit at the top for a change.



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