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Good and bad for Cal yesterday. He's obviously taken a step forward in pace - so much so that he can run with the factory guys for a race now. That's very encouraging.. The question mark is still over racecraft, because knowing how fast Rossi was closing it would perhaps have been better to let him through and then follow rather than trying to resist him. I believe he might have taken the fading Pedrosa for 4th that way. I think with hindsight he might be a little more disappointed with his decisions out on track rather than with his M1's power deficit.
A strong effort nonetheless, and there'll be circuits on the calendar where outright top speed isn't so critical.