An interesting wrap-up here on sportrider.com of Rossi and Hayden's thoughts on Jerez and what it implies for Estoril. Not a great deal we didn't know but bits of detail I hadn't seen, such as: "Rossi’s Yamahas were set up to pitch forward under heavy braking, while the Ducati likes a set-up that keeps it flat at all times." A couple of quotes from Rossi on how he would have to change his style to work with the Duc, but also how when using the less nose-heavy setting borrowed from Hayden the feeling he wanted from the front seemed to be available after all. Now when was it Burgess said he told Rossi that he would have to adapt to the Duc, rather than trying to make the Duc into a Yamaha? From memory, before Rossi rode the Duc for the first time. More quotes there from Hayden too. There is also a piece on Fox Sports quoting Nakamoto on how he would't be interested in Rossi. "After he left Honda, he wrote a book and said it is the rider what matters and not the machine. "So now is the time for him to prove that." Ouch. I would love to see Rossi wipe away Nakamoto's smirk with a return to the top. And ever the optimist, I have taken some hope from how good Hayden looked early at Jerez.