What a clusterfck. That would be you matey.
Everything said today has already been argued a dozen of times. And absolutely nothing has changed. So for the 12th time, you are arrogant and stupid enough to pretend to know better than those who are working in the field, get a grip with reality boy, all you are is a basher with low level knowledge base and too much of a dragnet to figure you look stupid writing shr1te like this.
What you pasted is not any evidence at all; first your interpretation of this French article AGAIN is wrong, what it says is that for the last 8 GP they tried Lorenzo settings bases BUT the difference was still the SAME 4/10th;
= as i keep saying, NOT RESPONDING TO SETTINGS.
So K.R statement in the USA about the M1 being a 250 not responding to settings was RIGHT, more to it what you do not want to post is the part where Yamaha tried to go back to the 2010 bike characteristics in Quatar where it worked. = Chez Yamaha ils ont essayé de reproduire les caractéristiques de la M1 avec laquelle nous roulions en 2010 et ça a bien marché au Qatar pour le premier GP de la saison.
Then they ran into trouble again and couldn't understand WHY, so it's NOT Rossi who lost it it's everyone because no one could figure it out, a shr1te digger like yourself will chose the bits to copy/paste and avoid carefully to tell the whole story, how am i surprised?
As usual you take stuff out of their contexts and take this for an "evidence", all the improvement they made on the 2013 were thanks to Rossi and Burgess, not Lorenzo.
As for needing to have basic set up to develop a bike ask Yamaha what they thought of it in 2004.
YOU are a colossal spinning, trolling waste of time for sure, and that's the second time you try to pass this article for an evidence of your endless B-Sting, bad luck for you bozzo, i read French better than you do.