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Kenan is good on smaller machinery...no mystery there his riding style suits it. I am puzzled by his inconsistency this year but if he does well on the Kawasaki, i.e. wins the WSS championship then I will have to say he was on an inferior machine/poor development support in Moto2. We have to remember both his WSS titles were on Honda and with the same team, if he repeats his success at Kawasaki then we know he can ride multiple chassis well, and at least for me...confirm the theory of inferior machinery/poor development support in Moto2.
I like Kenan, he is just not a BIG bike rider...no big deal...do what you do best...good luck on the kwak!