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"Each Manufacturer, (including motorcycle manufacturers and chassis manufacturers), can choose to enter up to 4 riders for the season who will participate with “Factory” status"

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TalentFan

July 31, 2013 12:43 PM

I guess it is true that fans will get the MotoGP (& WSBK) that they deserve. By which I mean that if fans are happy to ACCEPT a manufacturer-controlled series where it is not only uncompetitive but where the ability of rival private teams can be controlled by their factory rivals, then that is what they deserve.

So... unless and until MotoGP goes back to being a proper racing series, I shall not support it. Same goes for WSBK (at least once Dorna bend over and let the factories shaft them and the fans with the same treatment they've doled out for MotoGP).

There. That should make you very happy Mick. I feel sorry for real MotoGP fans everywhere. Wake up guys and boycott MotoGP - if we support the direction its going then there's no reason for them to consider making it fair racing with independent teams in charge of their own destiny (Proper Racing). I fear that Intl Racing is dying - we'll all be the losers in the end.

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