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Just because somebody is fast on a little bike it doesn't follow that they will be fast on a big bike.
Research has shown that what makes the aliens in many sports into aliens is how much information their brain can process and how fast it can process it. On faster more powerful bikes the brain has to process more information faster. Most people have a limit to the amount and speed of information they can process. And you can never tell when they will hit the wall.
This is why we've seen some riders who were amazing on a 125, but were mid fielders in 250. Likewise some riders were fast on a 125 and 250 but hit a wall when they came to 500 or MotoGP.
Sometimes you even see two riders one of whom regularly outshines the other in one class and then the roles are reversed when they move up a class. This is because the first rider has hit his limit, wheres the second still has to reach his.