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The article does a disservice to the reader when it puts the differences down to "factory power." Qualifying and the practices definitively put the lie to that statement. At this level, consistency over many laps and the ability to maintain the tires (or the talent to ride around the deterioration) for the latter part of the race are a hallmark of the very best riders. Hoping that Cal learns something about high-level racecraft today and learns that lesson, rather than putting it down to "factory power."