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Cal is very good over a single lap. It's his major strength. This was also the case in World Superbike.His race pace in general is has also improved a lot. But he isn't very good at late breaking. There were several times last year where Cal was stuck behind Dovi all race without passing him once. He seems to have trouble passing riders that have similar pace to him. The spec of his Yamaha has nothing to do with it in that regard. His engine is the same spec as the factory Yamaha. And his chassis is the one Lorenzo won the title with last year. So it's not a bad combo by any means.

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