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John Hopkins back on a Suzuki MotoGP bike? "Watch this space..."

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slammyi - Unregistered

February 06, 2011 3:03 AM

He's a better rider than vermin and he's injured and still has a WSBK ride. How does that happen. My guess would be the only reason he has bounced around is pissing off his employer

tardozzi - Unregistered

February 06, 2011 2:26 PM

well im not sure how good he is ,or could have been,if things were different,fact is he no longer sits at the top table,whether its due to bad decisions ,too much partying,domestic issues,injuries,lack of focus,and his ego running ahead of him,or all of the above,hes still a likeable guy,and a real tryer,so bsb will be good for him and will sharpen up his skills and a good stepping stone back into the world scene,as for chris vermuelen, hopper is every bit as good as him,in my view,hope he strings some good results in bsb,

Brian C. - Unregistered

February 06, 2011 4:03 PM

Apparently, Denning has forgotten that Hopper is a selfish a$$.

The AMA didn't want him. MotoGP didn't like him and he's never had success at ANY level of racing.

Hopper should retire and raise chickens...or something.

RawDawg

February 06, 2011 5:53 PM

er, what? Really?

He's selfish? How is any more selfish than any other rider?

How do you figure the AMA didn't want him? Or that MotoGP didn't "like" him? And yes he's had success in his career and has AMA titles so you are dead wrong on that.

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