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Well for starters Suzuki needs to sort out their bike before they can even start to think about a championship! Second, A young rider with championship stars in his eyes is probably not the best bet for bike development. Third, Hopper has done the best on the Suzuki to this day and has plenty of experiance to help with set up/development. Fourth, Hopper has a natural talent that your either born with or you ain't and if his head and body are right he may just be the best man for the job. Anybody who truely knows about riding a bike can see that in his riding, even if he is mid pack. Fifth, Nobody runs a v-twin in Moto GP!
Think it through before you type dude!