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FB: Could you have won the BSB championship if you’d have stayed there in 2019?

JD: I don’t know, that’s the ultimate question that I can’t really answer. I gave it a good go in '17 and '18 and for one reason or another, engine failures and the odd crash, it didn’t work out. But we came close to it for a private team with barely enough money – if I was with PBM then who knows, maybe on the best bike with the best team, I would have won it. But I don’t know, is the honest answer.

I don’t regret the move I made because now I know I’m a much better rider than what I was.

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