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Keyboard wannabe? What does that make you Rod? Wannabes hurl abuse when people don't agree with them. As for Aussies wanting to ride BSB. It is a logical stepping stone to WSBK and MotoGP. Not because it is better or harder than ASBK or AMA. It is in Europe where most of the world championship teams are based. The talent spotters might see the Aussies once a year at the support races for the MotoGP and WSBK. They can see them on a far more regular basis in BSB. Currently BSB has enough international riders to be a good platform for judging potential on the world stage. It has been a good platform for the young British riders as well. How many have graduated to world championships on their BSB performances? Quite a few so the series is doing its job!