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@ prof-x.......Whilst I don't share your enthusiasm for getting Rossi out of Motogp I will concur that his future is relatively short. However, when he chose to leave Ducati they did all they could to keep him. Also when he joined Yamaha it was announced that he and Jorge would start the season as equals (there will be no number 1 and 2 in the team) so he obviously still has worth. And he is 4th in the Title hunt.
As for Cal, he won't get Rossi's bike until, on the one hand he regularly beats him on the track, and on the other hand sits above him in the Championship. That has to happen in the early part of the season, because when improvements to the bikes come it will become more difficult for him.
He should keep quiet too, Herve has pointed out that Cal's complaints about his bike being inferior aren't strictly true.