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Ok then let's look at Splitlath's previous riders...
Joe Burns , left of his own accord after one round in his first 'full' 1000c season and has missed his window to really do anything even though he does have talent.
Chris Burns, fast at times but fragile in the head, damaged by a career on **** bikes. God knows what he's doing now.
Hudson K, a legend in his own lunchtime. He peaked long ago and wasn't top level talent by the time he rode for Splitlath.
Jenny Tinmouth, not really BSB level, in fact not BSB level at all.
John Laverty, not the same man he used to be and understandably so. Stick him an another bike and he still would't be top 10.
And then you come to rest of the riders, who are proper top class and have qualified the bike fairly high up. Makes you wonder who was really doing who the disservice.....Most of the british riders aren't as great as you often think they are, and those that are move out of BSB anyway. Sometimes riders are let go for a reason.