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All you guys slating Rossi should give it a rest. He rode another good race, and proved that he's learned from his mistake of Mugello by cleverly avoiding Bautista today. I sympathised with AB last time, but this time, really...ambition overshoots ability...
Anyway, all the hype about Rossi's pending dominance was based on a return to his "beloved M1".
Unfortunately, he is only on a YFR M1. His "beloved M1" had go-faster parts that no-one else had, and special tyres. On his "beloved M1" he is faster than everyone. Dave will give you the statistics to prove this...although it seem that "Dave's not here, man".
It isn't fair to compare Rossi's performance on the normal factory bike. Yamaha will see the light soon.