Was good..but not in the same class as Max Biaggi.
They raced against eachother in the top class - 500/MotoGP - 2000 through 2005..Six seasons.
Head-to-head, Capirossi lost out in the championship standings every time, he didn't beat him once.
Biaggi won 10 races, had 43 podiums, 20 poles and 11 fastest laps.
Loris won 4 with 26 podium, 10 poles and 5 fastest laps.
Can you imagine what Max would have done on the 800 Ducati in 2007?
Biaggi never ever beat Rossi head-to-head over the same period. It's a landslide in the other stats.
Now..can you imagine what Rossi would have done on the 2007 Ducati?
Doohanfan..you've been banging on the last few days, stating there is no evidence Rossi could have ridden the bike to success like Stoner, trying to convince yourself like many of the fked up fanboys here that 2007 was all about Casey's talent as opposed to the bike he rode and the obvious advantages it had.
If a second division Loris, whose head was sheded and who should have finished 4th that year, could achieve what he did on the bike..just transport yourself to that imaginary place you regard as reality - Bulto & Nostro are already there, you'll be fine - and suck on them apples, Muppet.