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to those who doubt whether item 2 and 3 will widen the gap, they should look at WSB - despite the disparity of design and performances between the bikes and the use of traction control is allowed in the series, the racing is considerably closer than motogp, due to the use of steel brakes.
hopefully this not only will drive the cost down and makes it sustainable in the long term, but also will attract more manufacturers to the sport. especially to those that only have basic technologies and modest budget but want to use racing as a R&D for their production bike. or maybe will tempt back many manufacturers that stayed away from motogp due to the ridiculous costs and technologies that may not benefit their production bike and sales. for any manufacturers, bikes or cars, production and sales are always the cornerstone of their survival.