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If we can look at the podium, at the riders who pushed that bit harder and benefited were those with little to lose. In fact. it puts their heads above the parapet for next season, and with at least one less manufacturer-supported team, seats are at an even greater premium. Tom might just've had that feeling that things weren't going his way this weekend, especially after the superpole debacle, so he brought it home both races and kept well in touch. The championship is simmering along nicely, I think we can all agree.

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