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Why would Ben go to some second rate GP and ride around in the middle of the pack? More money I suppose. Suzuki must be out of there minds in letting him go. It would be a pity to lose him from WSBK especially to a mediocre series (now) in Motogp. Way to few bikes on the grid and the satellite teams are not remotely competitive. Sure Colin Edwards qualifies fairly well but he is never race competitive as an example.



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