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"if you don't believe it go to a brain doctor" What a charming contribution, it makes your point seem so much more valid...
Anyway, technically Sykes's win at Monza was done in dry conditions even if it was half distance, and it was bone-dry by the end of Moscow/Portimao/Magny-Cours too.
Surely it's the measure of a rider that he can win in such tricky conditions. He was a multiple podium winner in the dry too, so it's not like he can only ride in wet/damp/changeable conditions.
Also, Sykes was closer to Biaggi/Melandri in the dry, than they often both were to Sykes in tricky conditions.