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Different categories and different times. The Bike market isn't nearly as attractive/lucrative as the automobile market.
It's almost a small niche market. You can have all the money in the world but in the end of day, nobody who is sane in the brain department wants to "waste" money.
Here an interesting post,
They better care what BMW thinks, because they are the "market", along with Kawasaki and all the other major marques that consider the MotoGP game not worth the candle right now.
This is the balancing act all racing orgs have to play, and it's most evident at the "formula" level. Yachts, motorcycles, or cars - why do you suppose that we call the highest levels of racing "formula"? Why aren't they just "the best you can make"? Because "the best you can make" inevitably and almost immediately becomes "the best you can afford to make".
The "formula", while usually expressed in technical specs, is purposed as a cost containment measure. If you don't cap the co