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It's not a case of can Cal develop a bike, it's a case of can he give clear and concise feedback? It's the job of the chief engineer to translate the rider's feelings into technical information then pass it onto the factory.
I'm sure that Cal will be keeping a close eye on RdPs progress during the post-Catalan GP test. What he wants, more than anything, is a factory ride. If he wanted a competitive ride, he wouldn't have chased Ducati last season for a seat. Aleix Espargaro would make a good team mate IMO.