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to further lay on the suzuki bashing...
i really dont understand what their focus is...
if they are there for soley branding purposes (which all clues point to such) then why have they always turned down customer teams?
on the other hand, concentrated efforts have traditionally been more successful in racing. meaning, having a clear-cut A rider on your team, and a clear-cut B/testing gopher, has always been more succesful than giving equal treatment across the board.
tire mfg's always knew that there could only be ONE champion, thus overnite specials made sense. concentrate on ONE, because in the end, only one guy can be champ. it makes sense when you think about it.
ducati's factory effort suffers greatly from giving its customer teams such quality help.
mclaren cost themselves the drivers title in 2006 from having two "A" drivers.
ive never seen a team with multiple "A" pilots succeed except with maybe red bull this past year and they did everything in their power to throw the