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I really support the reduction in electronic aids. The technology already exists that could do away with the need for a race bike to have a twist grip throttle, a clutch or brake lever. The rider would only need to climb on the bike, flick a switch and then hang on as the bike sets off for the programmed number of laps for that circuit. All the equipment is available, and already used in aircraft, the rider's input around the track to turn corners would already be programmed and the changes required for overtakes is no different to the wind changes that an aircraft autopilot adjusts for on a CAT3 blind landing in fog.
Commercial pilots will tell you just how boring flying a modern airliner is...is that really the way forward for bike racing?