A little perspective on your ramblings
Rossi has been in Motogp virtually twice as long as Stoner so of course he has more wins and titles. What a stupid comparison to try and draw. Stoner would have had to win the title every year to take 7 titles, which included his rookie year with inferior equipment and 4 years on a Ducati that Rossi struggled to get past 6th place race finishes in 2 seasons. From 2000 - 2010 Rossi had the best equipment available - look what happened when he didn't.
Same story in 125 and 250, Rossi was given the best, Stomer had make do bikes. When Stoner finally got a decent bike he finished 2nd to Pedrosa in 250 - not too mediocre and beating Dovi and Lorenzo in the process.
Stoner was at best mediocre in the smaller classes mostly due to his flat track rear steer technique which ultimately suited the all powerful Ducati with design flawed steering, a problem which he rode around, rather than cure...Stoner is a great rider on powerful bikes, cant develop a bike but can ride any powerful bike you put under him & will ultimately be recognised as a quitter
Stoner can't develop a bike, couldn't cure the Ducati so rode around the problem? - which gave him 23 wins, many podiums and 1, 2, 4, and 4 in the championship
Rossi also couldn't cure the Ducati, therefore couldn't develop it but he couldn't ride around the problem either - which gave him 0 wins, a whopping 3 podiums and an impressive 7th and 6th in the championship - then he quit after saying he'd stay (what was the message about sticking together) to take a ride back with Yamaha
So what's your point?