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also the sponsorship riders is a BIG problem. Funny how sponsors would prefer a native rider who is a loser than a foreign rider who is a winner. Doesn't make any sense to me. I am American and find it hard to understand the uproar here about all the American's potentially losing their rides next year. I'm like so what. Right now what have they done to keep them? Edwards should have retired 3 or 4 years ago. Spies has had a crap year on what obviously is a great bike. Hayden has always been a second tier rider. Like it or not Dovi and Cal have been the class of the field behind Stoner, Pedrosa and Lorenzo, and deserve a shot at factory rides if they are available. If Americans are only interested in MotoGP or SBK when there are American riders regardless if they good or not then America or any other country that feels that way doesn't deserve to have races in that country



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