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Sorry Nakamato San, I disagree.
Everyone knows the MSMA is run by Honda. What is the result after 10 years of Honda management ? Only the strongest survived. Now with 3 manufacturers left this championship is a shadow of its former self. Quite fair indeed.
Honda has cheated on their opponents with 5 cylinders weights proposals since day 1 of the motogp era. Honda stated that a 5 cylinder should weighs the same weight as a 4 cylinders because nobody "seemed" to care about this motorization. But Honda was secretly testing a 5 cylinders already. Just a big advantage taken in an unfair manner.
Also, the incessant 990cc to 800cc to 1000cc juggling and drastic fuel reduction has had a brutal impact on small motogp manufacturers.
For Information, Kawasaki claimed way before 2007 that a new 800cc project, only 3 seasons after their courageous come back in motogp, would be too costly and would be a killer for them. Do not forget that Honda still pulled the trigger.
We all know that the Con