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@ Makrus "You think Honda will back down and accept full controlled ecu once carmello has the power to change the rules as he sees fit?"
I'd like to see Ezplezeta and Dorna take the bull by the horns and actually call Honda's bluff on this. Instigate the rule fully and then let Honda decide what they do - stay or go.
Honda seem to ignore (or play down)the fact that MotoGP provides the Stage they need to demonstrate their Technology and Brand - no series, no stage. If they walk then I think it might be the best thing for the series long-term to have control and the destiny back in the hands whose interests are best served by decent racing.
Honda aren't anything like as strong a force in any other racing series... so perhaps they are so hell-bent on throwing weight and money into MotoGP is more to do with preserving their Rep? After all - take away their big budget advantages in MotoGP, and Honda's profile is a lot lower? Its worth opening the wallet to make sure they retain their l