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Have to disagree with the assertion that Sam's bike is head and shoulders above Kenan's. Reality is that Sam has sorted himself out and he is with a team that aren't overstretched like Buckmasters is (too many bikes meant none of the riders got their own team of mechanics, there was an article on this ages ago where Sam highlighted how important this has been for him). And when Kenan was winning it wasn't all about him being on the best bike...but now Sam is and thats the reason. Riders get a period of dominance until someone else comes along to take over the mantle. Thing is, Sam will move on, Kenan won't as he is a WSS rider...WSB nor Moto2 has worked out for him. One rider is upwards and onwards and the other is settled in his chosen field.



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