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therealDave.. honda have been improving every year whether stoner was there or not , its known fact that the data he provided throughout 2011 was invaluable to the engineers , nakamoto's words and he too knows more than you and i. pedro was doing well in 2011 up to the ctash but was never going to stop stoner anyway , remember now , rossi took stoner out at jerez , or don't you remember that one? , stoner was leading the series up to then remember? anyway the rest of your points are just that "pointless" by the way , how long did it take stoner to dial in the honda? or ducati? , this is my point mate , its not that vale hasn't dialled in , its the opposition being too fast , sorry but thats simple logic.oh...speed does win WC by the way , especially when the rider can maintain such speed all race long , it was proven a couple times over the years and its happening again this year , talk about a theory full of holes!!!



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