hahaha !! funny but sadYou will have to buy him a Honda or a Yamaha then ;-)
Interesting idea.. but i dont think he will leave the big boys league.I am a ducatista to heart, and when rossi came into the family, its like all was good with the world. It saddens me to see such talent and true passion for the sport, get killed riding the current bike. Its hard to say, but if he is staying in Gp, than i would rather see him elsewhere simply to see an athlete at work, doing what he loves to do.
Now if he were to go to wsbk, and ride the panigale....
Not so sure. I think Stoner is very good but no better and maybe not as good as Lorenzo. I also don't think that he is a good as Rossi was in his prime. I may be wrong, but Stoner won his first time because Ducati appeared to have nailed the 800cc formula dead on the first year and the others caught up later. Yamaha won every year after that until 2011, when Honda was back on top. With that said, I think that Rossi's experience the last year or so at Yamaha indicated that the team felt that he was past his prime and that Lorenzo was now the lead dog, even though Rossi won in 2009. IMO, Rossi is in a similar position to Schumacher at MErcedes. Yeah, they are better than you and I will ever dream of being and still better than most of the guys in the field, but definitely a step slower than they were a few years back.Given Stoner's recent and past immature comments. "Rossi has more ambition then talent" Post incident comment last year after the rain crash with Rossi....and then again his comment Rossi's talent is with the media (implying not with talent in riding). So, Stoner has been a bit of an ass......but if he were riding the Duc I think it would be up in the top 3.