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@ Talentfan, "SO many advantages it would be called cheating" . . . Like 20kmph top end and sticky bridgestones? "The great riders he is being compared to had what you might call 'analogue' motorcycles. No data, no electronics, no set-up information, no rider aids. So they had to use their skill and also LEARN the bike and how to set up the bike." . . . Like in Rossi's early days at Honda? "Marc's laptop geeks and army of techs consult the databanks of WC winning data and set up the ride-height, head-angle, s-arm pivot etc. etc. and then upload a super-sorted datafile into the ECU to drive it around the track at as near to 100% optimised as you can get." . . . So no other team has computer geeks? "How the hell can you tell how much of it is Marc's ability when there is all that going on - esp. when you know he has MORE and BETTER stuff given to him than anyone else?" . . .So pedro doesn't get the stuff Marc does? Great example of the need to read before you post.



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