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A blatant attempt to use the media to justify their position on using MotoGP as a place to exercise their wallet and technical muscles and sell it as 'cometition' son they can strengthen Honda's brand image when they have inevitable success IMO.
Sorry Mr Nakamoto, but I want to see racers being able to use their skill and daring to win the day - not some technology that on bikes that are already way beyond the needs of anyone away from a racetrack (and with an army of software engineers and race team on hand to make it all work). The Tech overkill has priced the sport out of reach of most, makes it impossible for a rider to overcome a technical deficiency with human skill and has resulted in the 3-tier spaced-out rigged farce that is MotoGP today.
The arms race between Honda & Yamaha is killing MotoGP and the mfr's selfish agenda's are contrary to the best interests of the sport and its fans IMO.
I'd rather watch all the top MotoGP guys battle it out on Superstock bikes and know its a