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Let's review the nothing that Dovizioso has done in the last few seasons. In 2010 Pedrosa bested him at Honda and he only finished fifth in the championship. In 2011 along side Casey and Pedrosa he finished third in the championship. Having beat Pedrosa he felt being sent off to a privateer team showed that there was no factory team future for him at Honda and took the chance to prove himself on a Yamaha at Tech3 hoping his performance might lead to a factory ride the following year. In 2012 he finished fourth in the championship besting Crutchlow and being the first non-factory rider in the championship. His performance did lead to a factory ride, not with Yamaha which he would have preferred, but with Ducati. Considering the fact that you can't win the championship without a factory's support he has shown faith in himself and is gambling that Ducati can turn things around.
Yeah, he really looks like an untalented loser.