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I wish these guys luck, especially Loris. Suzuki's average over the past 9 years is 35 points and the standard deviation is 18 for the same period. They are within 1/2 a standard deviation, I would say that is right inline with their past performance. Now days with 23 points your are at the bottom of the ladder because their are fewer teams - too bad for Suzuki that Kawasaki has left Motogp.
In other words the riders are not to be blamed here, the problem is Suzuki.