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I hope that all those commentards who've been stating confidently that any particular rider would be with Suzuki in 2014 feel suitably silly now.
In terms of Suzuki's plan I feel that this may not be the best way of going about things. The best way to develop a bike is in the heat of competition. They need to know how the bike performs under race conditions, on race tyres, against race opposition etc. They would have probably been better entering a low key development effort in 2014. Even if it was just one rider they would probably have got more useful data for race development than a whole year's testing with any number of riders.