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What a superb result for one of Suzuki's favourite sons!I won't be surprised if Hopper clinches the BSB title at his first attempt. He seems to be gelling with the GSX-R after a tentative and uncertain start to the season when he aimed to finish regularly in the top 3-6 places in order to have a shot at the championship in the end of year shootout. He now realizes that he can win races in a fair fight against the opposition who are familiar with all the tracks.Hats off to you John. You're making all us Suzuki fans proud. NB.I guess Bautista ran off the track & lost several places in the process. He was scrapping nicely for sixth place with a clutch of riders. The post match news will reveal all. He was holding his own for a long time and showed flashes of the GSVR's potential. We want more of the same in future Alvaro.