BSB » John Hopkins rides first Crescent BSB laps

“It was a solid first day; I think we can say we nailed it”- John Hopkins.

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SUZOOK - Unregistered

March 04, 2011 11:40 AM

Go John Go! I would love you to recapture your form again aboard a Suzi. I'm sure it feels like home again now that you back in the Suzuki family. You belong there and should really show your class in BSB. I'm sure you're going to perform excellently on the Gixxer and should be "in the groove" when your WSBK wildcard rides come around.

vtrbar - Unregistered

March 04, 2011 1:15 PM

@ Mr. Knownothing, John who? It is Hopkins, says it right there in the title.One very fast rider, had some bad luck with crashes, but one heck of a talented rider. I wish him well. Glad to see that the retarding comments are already being posted.

euro>usa - Unregistered

March 04, 2011 3:35 PM

I lost all respect for this guy when he said he would run cyclists off the road in his car for cheap kicks whilst riding with his gf at the time (Desiree Crossman). This was when he was living in a small rural town in France while riding for Peter Clifford's Red Bull Yamaha team.

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