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hell, racing doesnt even have **** to do with development. most development is done and can be done with highly qualified test riders on test tracks. that may seem odd as well considering that this is a prototype series....but again, prototype series are not about development, its about having a level playing field. nothing more, nothing less.
racing isnt about sales or development....its simply a branding tool.
which brings me back on topic to suzuki. all above taken into consideration, its clear they field a team strictly out of branding purposes. theyve been offered money from customer teams in the past and turned them down. as did kawasaki to potential customers. it is a great shame for the japanese to not being competing at this level. suzuki is as broke as any of the factories yet they still field a team.
being competitive is not their concern. its denning's problem, not the japanese. all the tech's from all the factories in japan all know each other and there is not