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Ever since Honda came on the scene in a serious way, they have used their technical and financial resources to steal a march on the competition.
Those of us who are (unfortunately!) old enough to remember the late sixties recall when Honda spent vast amounts on developing a 6 cylinder 250, and five cylinder 125. Superb machines, technical marvels, but it came down to using their undoubted engineering prowess coupled with almost unlimited resources to beat the competition.
They are still using the same approach today, and are fighting against proposals to restrict them.
I'm not saying it's wrong - personally as a fan, I agree with him in that I get just as much interest from the technical innovation as from the riders' performance, but lets tell it as it is.