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I think Mickey D. will prove a hard man to beat, if his bikes stay in one piece. Gay Martin likes a bit of fairing bashing and always does good at the UGP + he needs a good meeting if he's to keep his job at TAS for next year (which I don't think he will anyway...).
Anstey? Yeah, he'll probably pull off one or two good results, but he gets satisfied really quickly nowadays. Cam's never really got THE result at the UGP, but his riding's back on par with the best this year again - so, yup, maybe. Willy D.'ll be the man on the 600. Farquhar seems happy enough on his supertwins, but won't threat on anything else. Gary, Conor and Lucky will ride well, no doubt, but I don't see any podiums coming their way. Lucky, what is his real age now? 48, 52? Hell of a racer still! And I also hope Cranston will be there again this year to show some of the young pups how it all done.