Look you Numbskulls..them's the facts. I know you don't like it, but tough shit.
You can carp on about Rossi all you like but it's not just him who, more often than not, finished higher in the championship than Stoner throughout Casey's career is it? Both Dan & Jorge have a better head-to-head record too.
Wins are great and I'm not disputing all riders get a buzz from stepping up on the top spot, it's the reason Rossi left Ducati. But for you lot to consistently turn a blind eye to what really matters - the title - because it don't suit purpose, just underlines what dumbarse and selective fanboys you are.
Putting together a season is a lot more difficult than winning a race. Riding like Lorenzo did last year and taking the crown, when your two main rivals are winning races twice as often as you, takes a lot of doing. You have to ride with a cool head, be able to soak up pressure and to think on your feet..he did a great job and his job was to fight for the title and bring the bacon home. Mission accomplished.
For Stoner to make out all he was interested in was wins, and the championship was just a bonus at seasons end, shows a naive and slightly immature attitude which however much you sing his praises for wanting to beat his rivals on a Sunday, ultimately cost him the chance of being able to say with true authority that he did in actual fact dominate.
On his day he was probably the flat-stick fastest, but IMO those days didn't come often enough for his fans to say he dominated the Seven seasons he rode in GP. It's patently obvious he didn't. He dominated the Two seasons he won the title - which account for over half his total race wins - but that's all.