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Here we go, comparing riders of different classes and claiming one is better than another. Once again the crash.net experts know more than the people whose job it is to spend the millions of dollars of sponsorship money and run a MotoGP team. What they looked at are his results when racing against bikes of similar performance, i.e the STK1000. His race craft is second to none and his ability to ride around bike issues are what stand out of this STK1000 season. He is a nice bloke who tries hard on whatever machinery he is given. He more than qualifies for this chance and it has nothing to do with him being Australian. Since when has any Australian been given assistance by the F.I.M? When an Aussie gets a ride they are guaranteed to have earned it.