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99 Crystal Ball. - Unregistered April 21, 2013 10:50 PM Why not? Why didnt he have the pace? Lorenzo did. Simples, it never got going for him this weekend. He had issues with front suspension and brakes. Not for a single session he looked like challenging for top 3 or top 5. He looked labored. I dunno what you're getting onto here? Are you trying to suggest in 2 weeks time Cal became a better rider than Rossi and Rossi lost all of his skill he put on showcase in Qatar? Rossi got beat by Cal fair in this race, fair enough he did well but its just one race, A race where two weren't even involved in a battle. Cal did better than Rossi today and he has my respect for that but saying Cal is a better rider than Rossi, saying Rossi should be given the boot and Cal should take his seat after 1 race is way ott.



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