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Casey left MotoGP because its a show and not racing, asking him to come back seems pretty selfish and disrespectful of Casey's reasons for leaving in the first place. He might justify it for the fans at PI, but thats asking quite a lot. Coming back to an organization that exploits riders and has rampant corruption issues. Casey on a WSBK, that would be cool, and an interesting challenge, Casey on a GP bike, more about marketing than fans imo. Asking for Casey to return after recently stating his firm intent to never return to GP racing is almost insulting when you think about it.



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