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Well all 3 of these riders have got extensive experience with the 500cc 2 strokes and the 1000cc 4 strokes to make these statements ... oh wait a minute, neither of them have raced the 500cc 2 strokes. I respect all 3 of these riders but I don't believe they have the ability to make that judgement. Regardless whether or not the bikes changed from 2 stroke to 4 stroke, development is the name of the game and if they were still on 2 stroke bikes, I'm sure they would be going just as fast as they are today. I believe that the problem lies with the tyres being able, or not able in this case, to cope with the power and speed of today's MotoGP bikes