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In fact, even more long awaited perhaps: Bradl was on a Honda.Maybe it was the case I should have pointed that out somehow differently : a long awaited package-non-spanish rider/non japanese bike.Bradl , whom I am also supporting, had a bike with the same propulsion as all the others.Should I put it the other way around : KTM -Sandro ?
Anyway, for me Sandro is not "so called" but German. His rather slow but steady ascension, instead of a latin way of a fast breakthrough is also here to support my view: he was born in Germany, German mother and finally having the job done with a rather German approach.