Three wise monkeys..
The problem with Divvati's massive development - a few bits of wiring that broke, since Sepang - is that they are only getting back to a place with the chassis where everybody else has always been. They still have that dinosaur of an engine..so large and ungainly to package, that it's impossible to effect weight distribution change without redesigning all the ancillary components. But hey, it is 90 degrees and is essential to brand identity eh?
The cancer within MotoGP lies squarely with the MSMA..There aren't enough compeitive bikes because they have made the game exhorbitantly costly in their bid to hijack the series and exclude competition. They've managed it too. Ask yourself..why they don't sell off last years bike to independent race teams, preferring to send them to the crusher?..or don't supply engines like F1.
If Stoner had little help or support for 2010, no new parts..why did he take until September that year to start winning, with two thirds of the competition sidelined through proper injuries and time off?
Adopting team mates settings? Trying a bit harder - 3 race race crashes out of the last 8?
It's clear Casey's results on that bike elevated the status beyond it's capability but, make no mistake..if he was still riding the original CF1000 bike against the current Jap bikes, satellite machines included, he wouldn't be winning or podiuming either. In fact, he'd probably be lying in hospital wearing a full body cast, sucking his dinner through a straw.
Deep breath lads..suck it all up and lose the bitterness. Try and enjoy the last 8 races.