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I've got nothing against Kiyo, and all the best to him. But with the opportunities and machinery that he had at his disposal, you've got to think that he's blown it. Damn straight I'd take his job tomorrow, but from the armchair here, he really should've done better. I honestly thought he was being groomed as a MotoGP star, as a kind of trial by Honda to see how riders would progress coming up the Superbikes path, rather than gp 125/250/Moto2 etc.
As I said, no harm to the lad. A couple of British titles is a legacy of sorts.