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Correct, Dorna has to hit on a formula firstly that the manufacturers agree with and that is affordable to the teams. That set of rules or formula as I called it has to be stable for a number of years so that R&D costs can be spread over a long period. This should lead to the manufacturers putting more bikes on the grid
Sponsorship money has to keep flowing which is difficult in this economic climate. Lastly more countries have to promote grass roots racing, bringing youngsters through national series which folllow MotoGP, Moto2, Moto3 and SBK formats to the WC level.