Life is tough
I know that Mr Toseland can ride a bike better than I could ever dream of, but he is one of the very chosen few who get the chance to ride in Moto GP and I stress on a pretty competitive bike.
Previous Brit riders were usually given rides on old nails of privateer bikes that had no hope of even getting in the top ten so when they did get some decent results it was purely down to their riding skills.
In his second year Toseland should not be coming up with excuses about bike set up, the first year is acceptable as he was learning, as for you guys saying Edwards having a totally different bike is utter rubbish, typical hardened fans who cannot accept their guy is getting beaten week in week out on an even playing field.
The comment regarding people being jealous is not valid, I fully understand I do not have the skills to do his job, but he could not do mine, if I had performed as badly as has this year I would have been out of my job within three months.
As I stated in my initial post, lets wait for Valencia and see what Mr Spies does, I'm certain it will validate Yamaha's decision to move Toseland away from the Moto GP paddock.