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Carbon brakes will never be used on road bikes due to the poor wet performance. Turn-by-turn GPS traction control & fuel mapping also won't see road bikes. These need to go bye-bye. Engine allocation does benefit road bikes by way of future design engine durability, as does fuel limitation benefit the consumer. The only issue is performance suffers on the track. GP is going down to 5 engines per season & SBK teams are using 30+. SBK needs to be dumbed down a bit, so GP can be the true development series it's meant to be. I hear BSB has done well under these new rules. Also, tires that the manufacturers choose put on their road bikes, sport bikes in particular, vary amongst numerous brands, so bring back the tire wars with spending budgets. I like the production racer idea. Aprilia pretty much already has one that can beat a factory Ducati!



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