Thanks for the link..and sure, Burgess did make remarks similar to the one's you put inside quotation marks BUT..not verbatim.
You say.. "Burgess even dismissed the question about the front end problem when asked an blamed Stoner for riding too hard too soon. - do they have a front end probklem - you lose the front becasue you've pushed too hard - with VR on the bike we can set it up ao it has more feel"
JB doesn't dismiss anything..he's asking questions back prior to getting his hands on the bike. There's no blame apportioned to Stoner and he doesn't state he CAN set the bike up for Rossi.
This is how it's worded in the interview you've supplied the link for:
"What about all the front end trouble the riders have had all year?"..is the question from Henry Ray.
Jerry replies..“Are they having front-end trouble? I think usually that’s the first thing to go when you’re riding very fast. It seems you lose the feel of the front. If you don’t have the feeling that you’re losing the front, you have no opportunity to recover it. So, without Valentino riding the bike and setting it the way he likes, where he may gain more feel, or if we do come across some sort of issue in this area, then clearly it has to be resolved. And that’s by having the engineering group on standby being prepared to react immediately to whatever is our biggest problem.”
So..as I thought, you've manipulated context and used quotation marks incorrectly, to get a bias point of view over in the hope it makes more impact.
Oh dear. Just won't go away will it..the desperate search for lost credibility.