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@Fast Eddie I agree with you. This guy is a class act who does his job well and pushes the bike to the limit. Sure he doesn't ride like Stoner or Marquez but he seriously pushes that bike's limit. I fear that they will not sign him, but maybe Suzuki will pick him up. I can only hope that he will continue on with MotoGP. I'm still dumbfounded how a MotoGP Champion of his caliber is relegated to 7-10 spots. He's a good rider but I think his best chance to become a World Champion again maybe in World SBK.



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