You're now being just plain silly
2000 - 2006 (not 2001 - 2005) Rossi had the benefit of being on a bike at least equal to that of any other and usually better. Clear no.1 status at Yamaha and he was far younger than any of his main opponents who were all on their way out rather than up.
BUT, he did what he did, made the best use of the bikes given to him and beat whoever he raced against - he's not to account who was in Motogp at the time, although in later years we would see him try to dictate that he didn't have a team mate of equal status/ability or that team mate get equal equipment (a mark of fair play and true greatness - trying to stack the odds...)
Stoner from 2006 spent one year on a second rate bike with second rate tyyres, then spent the next 4 years on a bike no-one else could podium or put on pole, never mind win races and a championship.
Hardly a like for like comparison is it.
Lorenzo is a far more complete rider for those reasons and so was/ Rossi
He's a far more complete rider whjen it suits the argument - not too long ago he was being labelled as having no fight because he allowed Pedrosa to run away with race wins - there is so much hypocisy and bollocks on this site. And when have you ever seen Rossi settle for second - he'll ram someone off the track rather than take second ffs.
When people look in the record books it will say Rossi 9x world champion , Stoner 2 x world Champion, no one will give too shit about his number of race wins.
Only in the minds of people who give a shit about that sort of thing. How many people will look back and remember the way Stoner rode that Ducati, or the way he drifted a bike around PI - Ducati or Honda - leaving you shaking your head in disbelief at what he was doing. Both wheels on the kerb with the bike sideways, jumping the bike across the kerb at Silverstone during quali in 2011 while on full lean - how many instances can you recall of Rossi or Lorenzo forcing a bike like he did - titles? so what.