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sometimes I wish he's have either stayed in the USA, or maybe even WSBK. He'd already beaten the best in Mladin & decimated the world stage in '09. Not that anyone has forgotten these accomplishments. Sometimes a great SBK rider is only a great SBK rider. Although, In recent times Bayliss, Hayden & Spies are the only ones I recall winning on SBKs, then on a GP bike. Biaggi did it the other way around, which only makes sense if you think about it. Anyways, I hope Ben's shoulder has time to heal, and does not suffer an unexpected off, as the Duc is known to suffer it's pilots on occasion.