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GP Week : Issue 18
M oto GP Insight >> Career rescue by Honda has not been rewarded, in spite of return to coveted Bridgestones. Looks like he’s riding for the money. Shinya Nakano – 57 Always was erratic but brilliant, therefore seems to deserve better than being on the wrong side of the Ducati knife-edge. Another baffling victim of the picky Desmosedici. Toni Elias – 33 Can’t make progress on the Kwacker if he keeps getting hurt; can’t stop getting hurt as long as he has to over-ride it. Needs to find some balance. John Hopkins – 32 Sad case of the season: former multi-GP winner switches to title-winning bike, and keeps coming last. Unlikely to last the year with Ducati. Marco Melandri – 32 Started full of bright hopes, all but shattered by the Difficult Duke Syndrome. Nobody knows why, least of all the Frenchman. Sylvain Guintoli – 24 Fast in tests, just as dangerous as ever in races. Serial crashing just doesn’t get the grades. Randy de Puniet – 22 Another baffling case of apparently good rider undermined by apparently not-so- good bike. Needs Kawasaki improvements, but needs to prove he’s worthy of them. Anthony West – 16 41