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@prof-x I think you are the one who should study math a bit more, because it has nothing to do with mathematics or statistics or odds etc. It's just a record, just facts (11 times vs. 4 times). It's an outcome of Yamaha's unique strategy, not the date you do your math. You think some winning streaks contradicts my claim, but those streaks are exactly why Roberts, Rainy, and Rossi are admired by many people as great Yamaha champions. People know very well about Yamaha spends less money, workforce for their GP activity every 2 years. All those Yamaha champions overcame their disadvantages in those years and won their championships. Yamaha may have changed their strategy in recent years, but we can only know about it much later, in the 2020's maybe. And you mentioning about trashy subjects like "Dorna favorite Rossi" or "If it were not for Casey" etc just tells me you spend too much on watching TV..., I hardly watch TV, anyway. lol



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