CHR must be the only person on the planet who thinks the Ducati improved with Casey calling the shots..
Well done lad..a nice frilly pair of orange panties, embroidered with Stoners bottom lip, are winging their way to you for being fanboy muppet of the week.
NOW LISTEN UP!!
2010..Stoner scored 225pts. Hayden 163pts.
2012..Hayden scored 25% LESS points with 122.
Assuming Hayden hasn't got any worse as a rider, that means last years Ducati was 25% less competitive than it was in 2010.
Applying that 25% deduction to Stoners 2010 tally of 225pts gives us an idea of how he MAY have done, had he stayed and ridden the bike last year.
225 minus 25% = 168. Rossi scored 163pts last year. Pretty close eh?..but hold on a second, I ain't finished yet.
That is 168pts riding ROSSI'S aluminum beam frame bike that Hayden says is a massive improvement over Casey's Carbon Fibre bike.
Had Stoner stayed, there is NO fkin way the new bike would have been built.
So..putting it all together, had Stoner stayed and ridden for Ducati in 2012, on the CF bike he thought was good and that he 'begged' for, it's fairly safe to extrapolate that he would have finished with LESS points than Rossi did 2012 and probably behind Crutchlow in 8th position.
What d'ya reckon to them apples, you cross-dressing Orange sausage jockeys?