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er, exactly what has Suzuki done since Hopper left the helm? Nothing. They have completely fallen on their ass. The next year after Hopper left, Chris V fell on his ass as well and eventually out of MotoGP.
Hopper got the rug pulled from under him by Kawasaki and than got injured. Neither him or Suzuki has had much luck since their separation.
I think this is a rare case were both could benefit from a reunion. Usually coming back to a former employee isn't such a good idea but it seems this may work IF Hopper is back to full fitness along with a renewed commitment from Suzuki. Anything less than Hoppers return to his former ability and fearlessness and along with a committed Suzuki, it will be a disaster that's to be avoided.