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The Honda is clearly further up the development curve when considering the 2 machines. The M1 is a little down on HP, as well as having a seemingly less durable engine. Yamaha will have to had tone down the output with the hopes lasting the season without starting from last position/pit road exit. Also, HRC was the manufacturer pushing for tighter limits on fuel/engines. I'm glad Jorge denied any regret about not going to HRC in the post race conference. He's a company man, and a proud man. The only reason Vale made his moves was to test his mettle and earn the proper respect for his ability. Money was not the hinge pin for him as he'd already made more than any other rider in the history of the sport. C'mon Yamaha!!! Don't let your guys down!!!