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@ petrolbonce "you have to remember that Honda alone of all the major teams there have ever been in the sport have previously threatened to leave because of a rule change and have followed through on that threat."
Yes, I am aware of this (bit before my time tho). This is only a problem though if it is certain that if Honda did walk, that it is to the detriment of MotoGP. I'm no insider so can only comment on generalities and overview - but the long-term view I have is that losing Honda (or indeed ALL the factory efforts might actually BENEFIT the sport. Why? Because it would enable the rules to foster close competitive real racing, not a 3-tier farce. This improves the spectacle and the appeal to independent teams and sponsors alike. Much more of the racers in the field wld have the chance to really compete as well. It may be a pipedream, but its better than what we have now IMO