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For me today, There were two riders that stood out! The prodigy and the master. Marc rode a faultless race and is making the most of injuries to his rivals, He is quick...very quick and his confidence is rising, Race by race and should be taken very seriously for the championship, Underneath him he has the fastest bike and this is helping his cause. When you have a bike like he does, Then you can see that he can push as hard as he likes..This young man will break many records and is the future of Moto gp..No question about that.
Rossi, On the other hand is at the other end of the spectrum, Clearly fighting against the wind regarding the Honda's but age seems to be no boundary and it seems he may well be turning back the clocks as well. I fully expected Rossi to lose out to Marc, Whilst in Bradl it seems was the suprise (well done to him). Rossi fought hard to keep a resurgent Bautista behind him and for me that was a sign that Rossi is showing the signs of returning to pre-Ducati days