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"THIS IS JT last shot no doubt to prove he still has the talent that is un-doubtable (unless a mindless h8tr) a few wins will see him back to normal, anything less will not do."
A few wins?!
I don't see how any rider would get wins on a satellite BMW - not just JT. Let's get one thing straight - the BMW has been a complete flop and a failure so far in WSBK trim. Not only has the factory bike not had any wins but the riders haven't even finished the season in the top 10. And that's the FACTORY team. Remember Corser was 2nd in the Championship the year before he went to BMW.
I see the BMW Motorrad Motorsport chief was at the launch which is a good sign. But I'm not sure "Ze Germans" want an Italian satellite team having success before the factory effort. What company would?