MotoGP » Ezpeleta explains MotoGP Rookie Rule change of heart


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@Rowles So if an American corporation were to buy MotoGP and then began hold four races in the US, a couple in Canada, and one in Mexico, all the while giving special treatment to American riders at the expense of the others, you would not have any problem with that? This thread would be several thousands posts long if this was true and they would not be posts of support! The only exceptions made to the rookie rule was done in favor of Spanish riders, FACT! Of course Spanish companies are going to back the series, Spain hosts four events so it is wise marketing to their consumers but in the process the international corporations have been alienated and see it as a less viable avenue for their marketing and it is hurting the sport. It is a self serving mindset, concerned only with Spanish matters.



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