MotoGP » Penalty Points among latest MotoGP rule changes

Following the latest meeting of the Grand Prix Commission, on December 13 in Madrid, a raft of rule changes that will come into effect between now and 2015 have been announced...

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December 30, 2012 1:53 PM

Its a fair guess that... seeing as MotoGP cannot be called a remotely fair or remotely competitive series (hence MotoGP doesn't really qualify to be called 'Racing'anymore) to EXPECT manipulation to be the norm?

Simply put... if professor-x turns out to be right (in that somehow Marquez seems to get all the breaks & manages to be treated somehow 'more equally than others') then I for one won't be the least bit surprised.

MotoGP has fantastic riding talent, some of the best venues to race at & much more besides. But lets not kid ourselves that its a good race series. I'll watch next season to see what happens, but without any expectation of good competition and races and without any expectation of any real passion.

If you want RACING then 2013 is about Moto2, Moto3, WSBK, WSS, BSB. If you want politics and soap-opera antics then its MotoGP I think.

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