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@ Darkwaknight Sorry I should have pointed out that my comparison was based on seasons I have followed motorsport. With that clarified, it doesn't matter El Ham didn't win the F1 title as a rookie, that's being pedantic and completely missing the point I'm making, which is my astonishment at the performance level of two rookies in the top flight of their chosen discipline - Hamilton and Spies. @ Dynorod Ah but BSB was a walk in the park with no Ducatis in the series. Exciting as it was, there was no realistic challenger to Camier. He could have won the title riding backwards. BSB needs a pair of competitive Ducatis, then we will see if the R1 is as dominant a machine as we believe.



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