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@ joel.... again
.....Sixth, Hopper was in fact a champion, along with the 250 cup series, he was 2000 ama 750 supersport champ, and 2001 ama formula extreem champ. While not on the world stage, though one could argue that the ama was the world stage for lower cc classes back in the early 2000's, never the less they are still championships. Seventh, Hopper has shown plenty of character when he stuck by Suzuki for all those years in moto gp when he had plenty of good offers from other factory teams, maybe not the smartest desicion but plenty of class. Last what do you think racing is really all about for the manufacturers? It's about selling bikes, so thats why Suzuki should worry about what thair fans want, to at least some extent anyway.
Good luck Hopper.