If it's an opinion, then phrase it as though it is an opinion. You phrase your "opnions" as statements of fact and you're at it again in your last post - labelling someone you don't know as angry because that's what your amateur psycho analysis crap tells you. The day I get angry over a bike race result, hell will have frozen over. I've just got no time for idiots who think they are inside a rider's (or anyone's) mind and know their thought process.
Have a look at what you've written as an opinion
if cal is going to beat rossi( ever), then hed better do it sunday as he will never get another chance, barring the aforementioned crash/mechanical scenario. CotA appears to be rossis bogy track so cal has no excuses...if he cant beat rossi tomorrow then hes a loser.
No excuses - loser !!?? High handed horseshit. At that level you aren't allowed bogey tracks. Rossi had the benfit of a 3 day test, Crutchlow is 1 second quicker. Espagaro on a CRT is 0.009s behind. Is bogey track an excuse for Rossi not actually being as adaptable as the hype has claimed over the years?
Cal a 'loser' if he doesn't beat him tomorrow but if he does it's not a real result becasue Rossi doesn't like the track. What sort of arrogant faggot statement is that. The bloke is riding the wheels of his bike - and in the Qatar race, as it's obviousl what you're alluding to there, he had his engine turned down. Rossi, as you saw, ran out of fuel. The factory electronics give the bikes more power with better fuel consumption. Tech3 turned their bike down as they weren't convinced ttheir electronics could manage the fuel on full power to the end of the race. That's a Yamaha explanation according to reports from today's race. Lorenzo had fuel left as he was cruising in comparison to Rossi.
I'd expect Rossi to perform better in the race tomorrow than he has so far, but he damn well ought to. Finishing lower than 4th just should not be an option, or acceptable. If any of the satellite bikes, or ffs Dovi, get in front of him come race end tomorrow, it will be on merit as they will have performed better than him on a new track - assuming your exemption clause isn't invoked of course in the event of mechanical breakdown.