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I am happy for Leon. i believe he has the ability but right now lacks the equipment. Either way he and the suzuki are improving and hope this continues. With that said, I am a Hopper fan and I am starting to worry that he has lost the plot. Something is not quite right. When Hopper is comfortable on a bike he rides well but this year has just been way below what I expected. Granted, the bike is not up to it but I thought consistent top tens would be possible for Hopper...I guess not. Wonder if Crescent will re-sign John for next year? I think Camier is a shoe in based on performance.



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