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FastLaneFrank

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I'm fairly new to following MotoGP (couple of years). Having watched Casey Stoner grapple with an obviously uncompetitive bike and still manage podiums last season (while his team mate on similar equipment languished at the rear) I really don't think that anyone will even see his dust now he's got a proper bike. My tenner's on it's way to the bookies tomorrow.

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v1nn1e

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v1nn1e says:

Depends...

He's a huge talent but he's always gone very well at Qatar, apart from last year when we saw the start of the strange Ducati front-end problems.

If he can repeat the feat at Jerez then the writing could be on the wall...

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daniellynchkawasakininja

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rossi and stoner were unlucky.im going for crutchlow go cal!!:smile

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