You would hope they would offer it to Cal… but should he go? Can he do anything different to that bike where no one else has been able to?
he doesn’t have any other option in motogp does he?
Cal will not improve that bike and will not be competitive. He should step down from his high horse and continue to get great results on slightly inferior machinery. Unless hes completely money orientated and doesn’t want to compete, which I doubt. Tough choice, but hes not making it any easier for himself and Yam are hanging him out
Scott reading for the Ducati.
Proven to be fast in moto2 even by being heavier than the rest so going up to moto GP on a bike that needs hustling would suit him for a couple of seasons and also get him used to the class without any added pressure.
Cal should stick with what he has and continue to become an alien in the class unless he is offered Bradl’s spot on a Honda.
Cal should stay one more season on what he has, then take Rossi’s spot when he retires at the end of next year
german press is reporting cal’s already for DuShati …