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I think Rossi running out of fuel was the less common of the two situations (..as we can see that Lorenzo did not). It might have been the level at which he was pushing, or it could have been a team strategy. Who knows?!! I guess my only point was to settle the "debate" about his engine being the same. I do agree with your assessment that the engine management may affect performance in some circumstances, but as illustrated again at COTA, Crutchlow has the package to do the business.