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I can't understand why, in a country where you can virtually guarantee the rain will arrive at a certain time in the afternoon during the monsoon season, they chose to run the races even later than usual, instead of putting them forward to avoid rain during the MotoGP race, and this situation in particular. You'd think that when advertising revenues/sponsorship are hard to come by, they'd pay more heed to the importance of the TV schedules.



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