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No-one with a brain and an honest appraisal won't say that the standouts in MotoGP weren't Rossi & Marquez. Jorge got it off the line & could then maximise his bikes attributes without interference to pull away & did the perfect run as well. But there are 'LAD's' out there who are lying to themselves & us with some outrageously biased nonsense, mixed with unnecessary bile and vitriol when referring to Cal's ride. Distasteful IMO. The T3 couldn't hold a slipstream, but CC got the bike back on the tail of the HRC's lap after lap. Rossi was great - but his bike IS better. The performance on the fast straight was very, VERY noticeable of VR's bike over CC's satellite, which aided VR's challenge. Was Cal the best? No. But he didn't deserve the unfair bashing the couch cretins dealt out. The top 4 bikes were top 4. CC did the best with the kit he had IMO.



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