So I'm in one but you're not Bulto? Guess Nakamoto's an armchair pundit too is he? The boss of HRC with decades of experience in F1 and motogp, but you dismissed him 'cause he couldn't ride a motogp bike out of pit lane. What does that say about your pomposity?
Let's quote the clueless HRC boss on Casey's downfall last year:
In that race, he didn’t even need to win—finishing behind Dani would have been good enough. It was impatience that led to his crash and a no-point race result. And this led to his behavior at the following GP in Italy—he couldn’t calm down and get his set-up done properly, and rode a poor race to finish eighth which knocked him right back in the championship points table. If only he had finished properly in Germany, he would likely have ridden as steadily as usual in the following races and possibly would have escaped injury in Round 11 at Indianapolis.
Of course Bulto's singing "lalalalala" 'till the end of that quote then will mention Laguna, by which time Casey's title challenge is flailing. Or he'll call Nakamoto a quack, and insist he knows better.
"Which he may have thought himself..." HA doofan! Butboy criticises me for armchair pyschology, you back him up, then come up with your own half baked pyschobabble apology for Casey quitting. Priceless!
Listen doofan, I don't have comments going back to 2010, but I'll tell you, I thought Casey was performing minor miracles on that bike at the time. As for development, well we've seen that the real culprit here is Ducati. Stoner said they wouldn't listen to him, they sent Melandri to a shrink, and one can only assume Rossi gave the same feedback he'd been giving for 10 years at Honda and Yamaha. But of course what we're supposed to swallow now from the Stonerites is that Rossi suddenly gave Ducati a bum steer. It's a pretty poor effort from these self proclaimed big brains on here.
And now after nearly 5 or more years of being told their bike doesn't work they're trying to fix it, while on a PR crusade to rubbish Rossi. They deserve vilification from all sides for their attitude.