MotoGP » Ezpeleta explains MotoGP Rookie Rule change of heart


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You may call it favouritism but the reality is that money talks. If there would be more young British, Aussie and American talent, and more sponsorship money pumped in by corporations from those countries they would have more influence in the way things go forward. DORNA should only have agreed to dropping the rookie rule in exchange for the manufacturers putting more bikes on the grid and convincing them to lower leasing fees. At this time there are more talented riders capable of making it in MotoGP than there are machines available. MotoGP needs more bikes and less rules!



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