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WSBK does not appear to have a cost problem, the grid is healthy. If they want to dumb it down to open a gap between MotoGP and WSBK then the BSB model appears to work quite well. Engine limits do not save money, it costs more in development to make an engine to last than it does in parts to build engines for every race. Although this development may be useful to the manufacturer. Pit stops will not work, more than just the tyres need to be changed. Control ECUs are appropriate for production racing. The alternative is stock ECUs, but do you really want to pay extra for your road bike so the manufacturers can fit race spec ECUs to them?



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