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PJ seems like a good kid and he has talent for sure, it will be interesting to gauge his improvement against Brookes next year who is no mug.
The Tyco tie-in gives him a proven package and there must be hope he can shine.
IF HE GOES WELL, there's every chance he will be snapped up by GP.
The USA is an important market. After the disappointment of Speez and with Nick & Col doing squat for so long, there will be opportunities.
Passport racing is a fact.
Good to see a Yank with ambition taking a home sickness pill and coming to Europe.
Unlike some sports in the US, no way can bike racing there be considered a place to take your career forward.