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Sorry - I know my above post is a bit off-topic, but it was Cal's words about very talented racers having to waste careers without a fair shot at winning that prompted it. On-Topic... does Cal have a stoner-esque style that will help him emulate the only guy to master a Ducati Desmosedici? Or as others have said - will his 'front-end' style mean he fares no better than anyone other than Stoner? Personally - I haven't a clue! I do reckon though that Ducati could not have signed anyone who'll push and try harder than Crutchlow to try to ride the beast & get results. I wish him luck. I also hope that Yamaha keep supporting Cal and don't back-off - Tech3 still want the best results they can get, and Cal is their No1 rider who is hungry for success.

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