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Despite all the big names who left WSBK in recent years (Bayliss, Biaggi, Haga, Spies, Laconi, Toseland, Crutchlow...) this series seems to be stronger and stronger every year. In MotoGP you know there are every year just three or four riders capable of fighting for the title. In WSBK there are perhaps 10 such riders - and every year it's someone else. It's always unknown prior to the season.