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MotoGP is too predictable with only 2 teams winning the races and if Rossi can't win a lot next year we'll be hearing the Spanish anthem over and over and over again. In fact only 2 podium spots out of the 54 last year in the premier class were not taken by factory Hondas or Yamahas and even then it took them to have trouble for Rossi to pick up the pieces.
Back in the 1990's F1 was all about computers and not so much about the driver. Damon Hill could match Alain Prost. Then they took away the fancy gizmos and it became all about drivers once again. MotoGP needs to do the same thing, get rid of traction control, seamless gearboxes and that GPS setup changing whatever that is. Put riders back in command.
The calendar needs a rejig as well, only one 2013 race is in the southern hemisphere (Phillip Island). There are 4 Spanish races, 3 US races. Cut them down to 2 Spanish and 2 US and bring back Argentina and South Africa. MotoGP hasn't spread its wings like F1 has and keeps racing on