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For the last couple of years I have campaigned to raise awareness of this issue and I'm really pleased Scott has finally spoken out. I get so frustrated watching Marquez sitting up or pulling out of the slipstream to disguise the advantage he has that I have given up watching it - this in a class where we are told everything is 'Control' to make the racing closer. How can they not differentiate between 'Power' and 'Power To Weight'. At the start of the year I predicted Marquez would win the Moto2 Championship, but the people refusing to change the rules ensure it will be a rather hollow victory. The sad thing is that Marquez would probably still win the championship with a combined weight rule but he would have to work harder at it and we the spectators would enjoy it more and applaud it as a greater victory.

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