I try and have a reasoned discussion but you resort to type and have a tantrum
As for disgraced myself, you need to get a grip. It's a forum not world politics, so I've hardly gone into hiding. I've had a few hours in the garage rebuilding my own bike
I don't want Marquez on it, I just said it would be interesting to see what he would do on it as he appears to be a very dynamic rider, maybe like Stoner?
As for your accusation that I'm always right, I thought the whole point of any discussion was two or more people airing their views and opinions, which is all I've done - hence words like maybe and suggest. Not is or definitely.
You're entitled to your opinion, but you aren't worth the effort - said it before, you're not capable of reasoned discussion.
Diceman - you ask who showed it could lap quickly - that was there to see on occassion if you watched the races. If a bike is so bad that it can't lap at a given pace - such as the most uncompetitive of the CRT bikes, then that's it, it won't do it, even for one lap no matter who is on it. The Ducati did it, a few times in qualifying and a few times running at the front in races - in the dry. Therefore it can do it - otherwise it wouldn't have. The problem is how to make it do it consistently. Look how Rossi improved when he had two days of testing at Misano before the race there. The only time he's been able to run at the front of a dry race. So why was that - because he found a better set up for the bike with the extra track time? A set up he couldn't find in the 3 hours they get on a race weekend? If the bike wasn't capable of running those times, how come it did? It's a reasonable question.