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About time it was confirmed. I cant understand why teams always somehow let the cat out the back weeks and weeks before officially confirming things.
Anyway, good move for JT this in my opinion. He was the underdog in 2004 and 2007 and grabbed the championships. Although i have to slughtly disagree with some that say he cannot handle pressure. 2004 and 2007 shows that he can really. I do however think he was under more pressure than ever in 2010 though, so hopefully this move will ease the pressure as no ones really expecting great things from him in 2011, so if it happens, then great! Hey if he can do better than 9th overall on a 'new' bike and new to wsb team, then thats pretty good really.
I still think there is more to this move to BMW than meets the eye though, what with moto gp 1000's just around the corner.
Either way, 2 extra bikes on the grid is a good thing all round, whether your a fan, or a hater.