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TT star Cummins in factory Suzuki move

"Last year I was with McAdoo Kawasaki and they have been instrumental in my career. I've had good success with them and achieved a lot.

"They put a lot of time and effort into me and I'm really grateful for that," he said. "Now I can look forward to 2012 with a new team.

"There is going to be a lot of media attention around plus a lot of local attention at the TT because it's my home event.

"Hopefully I will be back to the level I was at a couple of years back prior to my crash and I'm aiming to win some silverware for the team and for myself."



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BANTER

January 19, 2012 3:44 PM

@Fireblade, The only person to do anything on a ZX10 was Michael Dunlop and that was his superstock,he could,nt get the superbike to work half the time. Alistair Seeley will ride the NW200 for TAS.



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