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I mention how long I have been watching the sport because it is relevant. I can't can't recall a single incident of a world championship motorcycle team deliberately breaking the technical rules for almost as long as there has been a championship. That is relevant and a valid argument. Just saying "it must happen" without a single example being given is a pretty poor response. Instead of hitting the disagree button, how about giving some examples of it happening, ever, in the history of the FIM championships. That is 1949 onwards and thousands of teams and riders in multiple classes. Are you all saying that they have got away with it for over 60 years and so every single win and championship won is suspect? Bradley will be asked the same thing by the FIM. Where is his proof. He will end up apologizing.