I'm being serious coming back at you, but you were not being serious initially? I am willing to accept that neither of us was being serious, but you cannot assume I am being serious either or that my motives are any different than yours. Credit for bantering in English anyway, if Spanish is your first language as seems likely, I would have no chance on a Spanish forum, and not much on a French forum, the only language apart from English with which I have any acquaintance, and someone with your obvious language skills surely must realise idiom is a difficulty with either of us knowing whether the other is attempting humour in this context..
You will not find any post from me on this or any other forum saying that Stoner's career in any way approaches rossi's , or any claim from him for that matter that he even approaches doohan. I don't criticise rossi, I mainly because it amuses me come back at people who denigrate Stoner , which I realise is done with varying degrees of seriousness, despite those who claim to be joking not infrequently seeming to take offence when they are answered in similar vein.
He had 2 fantastic seasons, when he "'rode like a God" as some bloke called valentino said. He didn't have multiple further such seasons like doohan and rossi, but he was still pretty good and I enjoyed being a fan of his, and I do object to some extent to people pretending that winning 38 premier class gp races, 23 on a ducati, can be blithely dismissed. I think jorge is probably better than him too, btw, hardly a scathing criticism of stoner.
To get back to idiom, there is an (american) english saying, " if ifs and buts were crackers and nuts everyday would be Christmas", so we should perhaps wait till the total spanish domination actually occurs; Australia looked to have few prospects in motogp as recently as 2006, had 3 competitors, 2 of them race winners in 2008, and as you say has none in the premier class now.
My point about the aprilia cube was deliberately exaggerated, but the problem with that bike despite its prodigiously powerful engine which allowed prodigious straightline performance and even apart from a propensity for catching on fire was not colin edward's riding talent, but rather car engine guys producing an engine which made the bike completely unrideable, and by most accounts , including valentino's, the engine characteristics which gave the ducati its straightline advantage particularly in 2007 also made it very difficult to ride.
(EDIT I do realise I probably should desist from all this, as the boot possibly quite temporarily is on the other foot, but I am a veteran of years on these forums where wosiworld was very much the prevalent world view; even when 90% of posts ridiculed stoner I did not attack rossi or take issue with people justifiably acclaiming him and gave him full credit for his 2008 and 2009 championships, the 2008 championship being among his very best imo)