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Don't forget Rossi's immediate success when changing from Honda to Yamaha. He has done this before and he can do it again. I think his current difficulty is related to the new software developments for the M1, as they have been made from Lorenzo's input. The M1 is now a very different animal to what he was expecting. In addition to this, Rossi doesn't like the feel of the current Bridgestone tires. I'm inclined to give Rossi the rest of this season to either change his setup or get used to the current M1. It is however clear that he is lacking the confidence to ride the M1 to its current maximum performance. Until he can do this, his superior racecraft will not show through.