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Hopper has a lot to prove. Sure, when he was healthy he seemed to get the most out of the uncompetitive Suzuki. But since his injuries in 2008 (dislocated hip) and 2009 (ran over--insert injury here) he's never looked the same. He had some brief AMA success at the end of last season, but nothing to suggest he was completely "back to form". He needs to win A LOT BSB races and perform VERY well at the WSBK wild card. This will be a lot for him to do but it's what he needs to do if he wants another shot in GP.
Just being relistic.