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and another thing, the satellite teams wanted the rookie rule relaxed because none of them could fit Marquez in for just one year before he goes to the factory team without upsetting their existing long term sponsors.
I personally thought the rookie rule was a little odd anyway, sure as a satellite team you may have new sponsors with your rookie but you have higher costs as your new charge throws the bike down the road on regular occasions and if the rookie turns out to be any good the factory then snaps them and their money up. Long term it benefits nobody, just a sticking plaster to a problem people wish to ignore.