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@ bonnethill.....Nicely put, good post.
Although Jorge, Marc, and Dani are very fast, I don't think they have moved up a level or left Rossi behind. It's more to do with the style of racing that's left him behind. I would go further and say that it put a stop to Casey's dominance and ruined also the Ducati's chances.
Marc can come in and compete because he has the style needed. Cal is adapting but, like others he is suffering the front end washouts that are prevelant now.
A good start and follow my leader is the name of the game from now on.