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I think the last few races have shown that the Honda is the bike to be on at the moment. It seems to handle as well as the yamaha and has more grunt out o the corners.
Unfortunately for the yamaha boys this is just the way it is. The honda struggled since 2007 and they've gradually chipped away at things to the point they are at now. Yamaha have had it pretty good over the last few years and they've been caught napping to some extent.
It would be interesting to see where the yam would be when they finally get around to fitting a seamless shift transmission (it might even things up hopefully)