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My view is that they would be better off with BMW, starting from fresh and getting a new factory involved. BMW have initimated going to MGP after having some success in WSB, this is the ideal opportunity. They would also definitely need engineering experience, which could come from their WSB team. The problem in using Suzuki, is that it would require a change of philosophy as they are not willing to let control of their bikes go outside the factory. The scenario would be that RBR go to BMW turbo engines in F1 when the rules change and as a bonus get the MGP team to run. BMW have a vast amount of experience with turbo's, remember the Brabham team in the 90's.

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