BSB » Hopkins dominates opening day at Oulton


John Hopkins takes charge of proceedings at Oulton Park as he tops both first and second free practice.

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Danimal - Unregistered

July 15, 2011 6:27 PM

Hopper has sized up the competition and knows he can beat them. The Zook is a well put together package and His hunger for victory has become a monster. Suzuki may have missed out by letting Spies get away but now, a reborn Hopkins should do well in 1000cc Motogp next season and develop the new 1000 nicely.

dave from the don - Unregistered

July 16, 2011 2:09 AM

You can see Hopper beginning to exert his authority on the series.... settling in the surroundings and getting to race on a familiar track, he looks like the favourite. Hopefully Tommy and Shakey will continue to compete for the title, and wouldnt it be great if Kiyo can mount a challenge too.
Either way, its great to see Hopper do well and enjoy himself for all to see, it will stand the series in great stead. Even better if he goes on to better things- it could attract some more great international riders to the series, and more sponsorship for the teams perhaps. If BSB could be seen as a strong alternative for a stepping stone to the premier classes, im a happy man!

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