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@razghost, based on your 1st comment, why would anyone post a comment on this article at all lol.
Seriously though, don't get me wrong, I want Suzuki to succeed. As someone else as mentioned, a top tier rider would close the gap even more, and if it is doing that time, tyre wear and fuel consumption should not be to big a hurdle to get over with so much time before the 2014 season starts. The goal posts are only going to keep moving. As much as I want to see Suzuki succeed they always seem to put the minimum effort in required and make odd decisions, (let Spies go, not hire Shwantz as a manager, etc) and this decision to enter in 2015 smacks of more of the same.
Btw, I'm not completely ignorant to the ways of bike racing as I've won championships with 90% of my racing being run on superbikes etc.