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The teaser tweet that Spies made stating he was going "home" does not translate to the BMW deal for me. It would make considerably more sense if Yoshimura USA were to join WSBK, especially given the lack of results for Suzuki this year. Crescent is just not representing the brand as it should, and Yoshimura must be disappointed being attached to that effort. Also, I would imagine that Suzuki has been doing development on a GP bike at their test track. It would be short sighted for them not to be, if they truly anticipated rejoining the grid any time soon. Also the Schwantz/Jordan Pepsi Suzuki rumor may be intriguing enough to appeal to the Corporate PR people at Suzuki to give it the green light to move forward. I guess we just need to wait to see how it all falls into place.