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This is a great story for the sport. I would love to see Hopkins raise from the ashes of AMA and BSB to be on the premier grid, whether it be MotoGP or wsbk.
He was always on the edge and entertaining to watch. At 27 he's older and wiser now and will probably put the rockstar ego aside that annoyed a lot of fans. He has no choice but to deliver substance while avoiding the hype. He's one racer I will always think about being dropped in the deep end with no real mentor in his corner... Just too much hype and expectations.
Bottom line - Hopper making a comeback is good for the sport!