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Interesting interview which needs to be read from beginning to end before commenting - future posters note...
@sokuko - I think the headline will create a lot of argument, based on stats.
MM 125 - 46 starts, 10 wins, 14 podiums
SR 125 - 33 starts, 1 win, 2 podiums
MM M2 - 32 starts, 16 wins, 25 podiums
SR M2 - 56 starts, 2 wins, 10 podiums
I think a fairer comparison is with Stefan Bradl (not such a bad thing) and the biggest change in Scott this year is in attitude. He's now riding like a seasoned pro and the results are coming and hopefully, will continue to come.
As for MotoGP, the biggest problem is likely to be finding a decent ride on a prototype unless someone retires, and that then narrows the field to Ducati.
The greatest disadvantage maybe is that Scott doesnt have the marketing potential that Marquez or Espargaro has to attract big money sponsors and nowadays that is often more important to a team than riding skill. Sad but true.