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@RSMick the problem you seem to have is that you believe that the status quo will remain. Moto1 will come and if the factories want to take part at all they will have to comply with whatever the rules happen to be. This is why I believe that the ban on direct factory entries is the best route.
We've heard all this before anyway. When Moto2 was first mooted there were plenty who said it wouldn't work and that the factories would block it. Well the class seems to be in rude health to me.
Likewise Moto3, plenty of pundits said it wouldn't work without Aprilia's buy in. Here we are half way through year one with close racing, a close championship and a very varied grid. Indeed the series seems to have benefited from Aprilia's absence. Those who predicted the same dominance this year that we saw from Aprilia in 125 were wrong.
Some assume that Honda can block Moto1, but I can't see how. Sure they want to flood the grid with productionized RCVs but that won't be enough.