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Well it truly wouldn't be his first year in WSBK because he was with the now non-existent Stiggy Team in 2009 but had a terrible time there with injuries and could not really beat Haslam...with that said, I think he is "revived and rejuvenated" and is close to his best and is in a better position now to manage a challenge for the WSBK title...as long as he is with a top team with proper funding and machinery. Suzuki would be his best bet but with the "sad" efforts of Suzuki in the last 2 years....I do not know which team he would be with. I would love to see him in GPs again but let's face it, he would be fighting for at best a top five/fourth (once in a while)on a great day with Suzuki who has not even committed to the 1000cc era yet.