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LMAO!!! Great post!!!
I can just hear Lorenzo telling the engineers "It brakes too hard, and I'm slowing down too quickly. Can you back it off? Or at least make it less stable..." ...and then... "It's also too powerful, only Valentino Rossi can cope with power like that!"
As for Ducati, the bike has barely changed from last season. The effect of Valentino Rossi on Ducati was to instantly slip out nearly 2 (TWO) seconds a lap. He still doesn't know how Stoner could get those lap times on it.
The Ducati has a very powerful motor, and great braking. Unfortunately, it understeers something cruel. So, did your boy fix that? If he didn't, he had no effect on progressing Ducati. It was a mid-pack runner for anyone except Stoner. It was a mid-pack runner with Rossi, and post Rossi.
But you're off the hook anyway, because riders don't develop bikes. They just don't.